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How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

(OP)
I'm using Adobe ImageReady 7.0 and I took a HI Res .pdf document and opened it up in ImageReady software. I went to file Save Optimization as and gave it a file name. Saving the HTML and Image format.

I now need to move the picutre folder it created to an FTP site so that i can embedd it on my website. When I change the image file <IMG SRC="images/ from images to the FTP address it the images don;t appear. What im i doing wrong?

RE: How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

You should not need to change the HTML references to the image. Create the same directory structure on your site and the images should be found. Be sure to check that the links refer to the server rather than your local machine.

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

(OP)
How do I do that? I think that is the missing link

RE: How to save an HTML created image folder to another location

Do the pic names show up on the FTP site?
Are you using binary mode to FTP the pics?
Are you getting the small white boxes containing a red cross?

You need to ftp the html document over. In the folder where you put the HTML, create an 'images' sub folder and copy the contents of the local images folder to this.
That way, the 'images/image.jpg' will still be valid and the pictures should be displayed.

Find out if the pictures are on the server.

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

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