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Web Page headings not posting

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I've recently (Dec) taken over a website for our club, and have been able to post everything I've tried to, pictures, hyperlinks, created new pages, EXCEPT, the heading, which shows when I have the page open in FrontPage 2003, will not show up on the website. it ishows up as a black box with a little white box containing a red x in the corner. I have tried and tried..... to no avail. any suggestions? thanks
Mar 22 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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The 'x' means the server was unable to supply the image. Make sure the src=... is not still pointing to your computers file location.
Mar 22 '07 #2

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The 'x' means the server was unable to supply the image. Make sure the src=... is not still pointing to your computers file location.
Can you explain that a little further??? I'm not following that. When I open the web page .... previous titles have the same properties as mine, EXCEPT it says Not Available for Type (Under Protocol Hyper text terminal protocol)
Mar 22 '07 #3

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Debbie, the x with little red in the corner means that the the file you are pointing to (in your case image files) are not where they are suppose to be.

You have to point to the right location on the webserver.

All images in HTML are referenced by a tag called the IMG tag.

[HTML]
<img src="location/of/file/goes/here/foundthefile.jpg">
[/HTML]

In your case as drhowarddrfine has pointed our the information inside src=" " is not correct. You will have to edit the html files to make that correction.
Mar 22 '07 #4

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Debbie:
What KUB365 is trying to say is your image is in a different place (location) on the server (Host one that is storing your website), then what you are working it on (your computer).
What you should do is find out where your image is at and then upload that file in the same place.
example if your images is at /images/big.jpegs then you need to do the same thing for your host /images/big.jpegs

When you get the time and you learn a little more about HTM you should store all your photos in one folder called images or photos. That way you know where all your images are at. If you do this then you have to go back to each web page and re-establish the the images to that folder (images).

good luck
sandy
Mar 22 '07 #5

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Debbie:
What KUB365 is trying to say is your image is in a different place (location) on the server (Host one that is storing your website), then what you are working it on (your computer).
What you should do is find out where your image is at and then upload that file in the same place.
example if your images is at /images/big.jpegs then you need to do the same thing for your host /images/big.jpegs

When you get the time and you learn a little more about HTM you should store all your photos in one folder called images or photos. That way you know where all your images are at. If you do this then you have to go back to each web page and re-establish the the images to that folder (images).

good luck
sandy

the photos are no problem, it's this page heading ..... I think the problems lies in a file called _derived..... but not sure how to fix it ...
Mar 22 '07 #6

nomad
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do you know if you are working on templates or not.
Mar 22 '07 #7

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do you know if you are working on templates or not.


Yes, there are templates set up ..... the heading shows up on the page when I have it open in Front Page .... but when I publish it, all the photos, the hyperlinks, menus .... everything is there .... except the heading. The website was kind of dumped in my lap (I was the only one willing to do it!) and has been glitch free except for this issue. It just seems like it is something to do with that _derived folder ...... but I don't know how to fix it
Mar 22 '07 #8

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if anyone is inclined to, you can IM me thru AIM at debbieintennesse and i'll give you my website address to look at the problem i'm having..... thanks!!
Mar 22 '07 #9

drhowarddrfine
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Don't use IM. You can PM me with it, though.
Mar 22 '07 #10

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