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harpo99

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I created the basis of a website using a simple online site builder - this came out fine and is at http://nigelcopage.v...uk/default.html

I then saved all the files and copied them to an area on my own hosted website so they are now at http://www.goodtimes...te/default.html

As you can see by comparing the 2 sites, the move has not been successful. The top image does not display, there is a thick blue border around it when tried to insert it with Dreamweaver, and there is a white line immediately to the left of the text in the central box.

Can someone please take a look at the code and tell me in simple language what I need to do to fix this. I am a newcomer to web design and doing my best - I would appreciate any pointers.

Thanks in anticipation...
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Metallica

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http://www.goodtimes..._site/bg-1.jpeg does not exist.
Maybe you moved it to the wrong directory or forgot to move it?

Ditto for http://www.goodtimes...es/common/vp.js
and http://www.goodtimes...n_published.css

I think you should doublecheck if everything was moved and if so if it went into the correct directories.
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Thanks Metallica,

I made sure the missing files were placed in the right directory and it works fine now - it was as simple as that.
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You're welcome. :)

Glad we could help.
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