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tucow

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Hello,

I'm attempted to create a basic web site with a few text and pictures. The problem I running into is that when I save as index.htm it does not save my pictures, just text, but when I preview the pictures appear. What am I doing wrong.

Your help would be appreciated.

Regards,
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Hi there tucow, if you want to make a web page, the pictures should all be in one folder like this:

C:\Webpage\Pics\pic1.gif
C:\Webpage\Pics\pic2.gif
C:\Webpage\index.htm

Once you have put all the pictures together, delete all those that you have already put onto the page. And put the new pictures in (Where the directory is right) When you upload you page, make sure the pictures are uploaded to.

It is good to know a little about HTML, so when editing a .htm or .html, where is says eg. "C:\Webpage\Pics\pic1.gif" change it too "\Pics\pic1.gif"

cool :tazz:
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tucow

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spike_hacker_inc:

Thank you for your reply and help.

Originally, it never create a folder with the pictures. Just a index.htm.

When I do the same procedure in Microsoft Publisher it does create a folder with the pictures.

Sorry for the bother.

Much appreciated.

Edited by tucow, 18 February 2006 - 11:13 AM.

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