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    -1kb file size..What's happening?

    I just created a new article for one of my websites and upon uploading the HTML file and all the images something weird happened. My images won't show up, and when I 'right click' it shows the file sizes as being -1kb. What's going on here? I tried re-uploading everything and I still get no images and the negative file size.

    The page in question is Here

    Sorry if this question is a dumb one but I'm utterly confused.

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    Are you uploading them in ASCII mode by any chance?

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    Originally posted by werehere
    Are you uploading them in ASCII mode by any chance?
    No, I checked. An image file that is working on all the other pages of the site will not work on the page in question which makes no sense to me.

    Anyone else?

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    in your html code:
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    <img src="/SturgeonSite/Images/sturgeon_logo_small.gif" width="202" height="47">
    try changing the src attribute to "./SturgeonSite/Images/sturgeon_logo_small.gif" instead... you didn't specify the directory it was in...

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    wait ignore my last post... more likely you specified the wrong path to the files... check that the path is correct and try to see if the image files exist by entering the URL into your browser...

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    Ya, entered the wrong path. I have multi domain hosting and I got all screwed up.

    Its the simple things that get me

    Thanks all.


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