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Frontpage help

Frontpage help

Frontpage help

(OP)
I have used Frontpage to create a photo gallery on my site. When I open the page, called index, it displays fine in IE. I upload the index to my site and all i get is X's where pics should be. I found a new folder in "My Webs" called photogallery and all the pics seem to be there. I uploaded these jpgs, but still does not work when I navigate on the internet to my page. Any solutions? I'm pretty new at Frontpage.

RE: Frontpage help

How are you accessing the images relative to index.htm?  Basically you need to store the images in a subdirectory in the same directory as index.htm.  You also need to download the subdirectory and its images.

CODE

+--index.htm
+--images
   +--xx.jpg
In your code, use something like

<img src="images/xx.jpg />

RE: Frontpage help

(OP)
Yes! I discovered that all images were in a new folder (which was where the page was pointing). I had the same images (from my old page) in a different folder. Once I uploaded the new folder and it's contents, and deleted the old images, it worked fine. Thx

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