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FP images not displaying when uploaded to websever

FP images not displaying when uploaded to websever

FP images not displaying when uploaded to websever

I have encounted an unusal problem when uploading my new website files to my websever.
When I uploaded the home page everything displayed properly except 3 of the 5 .gif images.

Why would some images load ok and some not? Can anyone help? There are no spaces between words in the image name. The image sizes are 4kb, 13kb, and 121kb.

The websever have told me it's a front page issue? Can anyone give suggestions, I am desperate and don't know what to do now.


RE: FP images not displaying when uploaded to websever

Check the html - is it using relative or absolute paths to the images.

RE: FP images not displaying when uploaded to websever

Hi xwb,
Thank you kindly for your reply.

Ilooked at the HTML and could not see the word absolute.

So, I applied the absolute setting using the picture toolbar (that appeared when I right clicked on image) and noticed the words absolute appear in the HTML so I believe all the 5 images are using relative paths.
What should I be using?
Can I forward you a copy of the relevant image code for review?


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