Background not appearing


A

aasberry

The URL www.flighthorsemanship.com

The top cell should have flighthorsemanship-5 as the background on
each page. The image is in the image folder. Everything was correct
until I added the facebook link. After publishing, the background no
longer shows an any page. It does show on the local and on preview.

I've removedthe background and reset it several times. I'm at a loss.
Suggestions please.
 
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R

Ronx

As far as I can see the image
Images/Flighthorsemanship-5.jpg is not on the server.
The server is Apache, probably running on Unix. Unix is Case sensitive, so if you see a file with a similar name, it may have differences in the letter cAsE used, which will make it a different file on Unix, but the same file in your local web (running in Windows) - check that the image file is uploaded, the file is located in the Images folder (Images with a Capital I) and the link to file exactly matches the file name, both in spelling and Case.

The Home page is also missing the image
images/TrailClinic10.jpg
Note that in this case images is spelled with a lowercase I, which implies that you should have 2 folders containing images: images and Images - or the CaSe is wrong on one of them.
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Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx
Microsoft is closing this newsgroup - see
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(e-mail address removed) pretended :
The top cell should have flighthorsemanship-5
as the background on each page. The image is in
the image folder. Everything was correct until
I added the facebook link. After publishing,
the background no longer shows an any page. It
does show on the local and on preview.
I've removedthe background and reset it several
times. I'm at a loss. Suggestions please.

--
Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx
Microsoft is closing this newsgroup - see
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/newsgroup-closure.aspx
for details including Why and Where to go next.
 
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A

aasberry

As far as I can see the image
Images/Flighthorsemanship-5.jpg is not on the server.
The server is Apache, probably running on Unix. Unix is Case sensitive, so if you see a file with a similar name, it may have differences in the letter cAsE used, which will make it a different file on Unix, but the same file in your local web (running in Windows) - check that the image file is uploaded, the file is located in the Images folder (Images with a Capital I) and the link to file exactly matches the file name, both in spelling and Case.

The Home page is also missing the image
images/TrailClinic10.jpg
Note that in this case images is spelled with a lowercase I, which implies that you should have 2 folders containing images: images and Images - or the CaSe is wrong on one of them.
--
Ron Symonds - Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/wf-menu.aspx
Microsoft is closing this newsgroup - see
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp/newsgroup-closure.aspx for details including Why? and Where to go next.

(e-mail address removed) pretended :

You nailed it! Renamed the image file with a cap and everybody is
happy. Thanks.

I bought EW but hate to learn something new. Started with FP '97.
 

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