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Old 06-19-2006, 10:11 PM   #1
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Forgive me if this is in the wrong forum and yes, I'm well prepared for the n00b bashing.

I'm currently designing a website for PSD cuts, and none of the pictures are showing up on the site. All the pictures are uploaded to the images folder, but just show up as red X's. These are not the actual PSD cuts, but simply .jpg buttons.

Thanks for any help in advance and just ask if I need to clarify more.
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Old 06-21-2006, 04:54 PM   #2
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Try saving them as another fomat as a differnet name such as "gif" or "bmp". and then try again.
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Well, check in the HTML file that PS Genorated, to see if its trying to get it from your computer, and not the server (EG, if it says somthing like: c:/documents and settings/joe/My Documents/Website/images/button_1.jpg inside an image tag, then its tryiing to get the images from your PC) I see no reason why it should to that, but its worth a check.
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It may help if you post the code for us as i may be able to identify the solution.
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Well, check in the HTML file that PS Genorated, to see if its trying to get it from your computer, and not the server (EG, if it says somthing like: c:/documents and settings/joe/My Documents/Website/images/button_1.jpg inside an image tag, then its tryiing to get the images from your PC) I see no reason why it should to that, but its worth a check.
Though this sounds very very n00bish, yes I have seen this happen quite commonly, and must say when I first started learning how to build sites I made this same mistake. Also, a code sample would be very helpfull. make sure you have it setup something like this.

<img src="your/path/to/file/here/file.jpg">

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<img src="file.jpg">
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if you are using a Unix based server the paths may be case sensative, (including the extension).

eg.
<img src="test.jpg">

<img src="test.JPG">

or simillar.
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i dont think it matters what type of format the picture is in..just depends if you got the html code right or not. make sure you direct the file from the whole path. but yes, it woud be easier if you pasted the code so we can point out whats wrong with it.
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