I want to move my site from my ISP's member page to .Mac. I've followed the instructions and copied all pages and images to the Sites folder on my iDisk and created a site within HomePage. <br><br>Problem is, when I click on Advanced and then html, only the html pages, and none of the images, appear in the list view, and all I get are question marks on the page when I review it.<br><br>The pages were created in PageMill, and all image links are in tact. I thought this option allowed you to publish sites created with any web authoring tool, but she's-a-no-work! <br><br>[color:red]It's time to give America back. [color:blue]To us, you peons![color:blue][color:red]<br>
I made my page with PageSpinner--basic but quick--and have had no problems with images showing up. I don't think it's a matter of the software you used to create the page. What are the links you have for the images? AFAIK so long as the files are in the Sites folder, all you need is img src="name.gif"<br><br>
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I'll try that. But pages and images are all in the same directory in my ISPs site, and ther's never been a problem.<br><br>Guess we'll see what happens.<br><br>[color:red]It's time to give America back. [color:blue]To us, you peons![color:blue][color:red]<br>
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I haven't used the homepage thing you are talking about. But I just always name my folder the name I want the page and and the main page is index.html. Then in that folder goes a subfolder called images and everything is in there. Then I just put the whole folder in the sites folder on my idisk. I have never had your problem. Unless you moved or renamed the folder and didn't relink. I am using GoLive but would assume this would work the same with either program. Then I would look at are the pics RGB for jpgs/Index for gifs but I know you would have that figured.<br>Maybe the new external thing works different. That is how I did the card pages.<br>Reader cafe if you want to dissect<br><br>Now you show us yours? or is it a secret? Maybe we can see how it behaves for us?<br><br>
Are you by chance using root references in your image source tags? I think only relative or absolute references will work because root references wont relate to the root directory structure on mac.com.<br><br>relative: src="../images/example.gif", src="images/eample.gif" or src="example.gif"<br><br>root: src="/images/example.gif"<br><br>absolute: src="http://homepage.mac.com/stevesaccount/directory/with/images/example.gif"<br><br>
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