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    Cannot see images on my websit

    Hi

    I have uploaded my first website, I cannot see images, but can see alt message.

    I tested my website on 5 browsers before uploading and could see all the images.

    My ftp says, "this image does not appear to be valid jpg".

    Please help.

    Aslam

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    Hi aslamchoudhury. Welcome to the forums.

    Could you post a link to the site? There are various reasons for this, such as:

    - the images weren't uploaded
    - the file paths are wrong somehow (pointing to your local machine?)
    - there was some error in the way you created/names the images ...

    It would be helpful to see your site as a starting point, or you could describe what you have done in detail.

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    Link to my website

    Hi

    First of all thanks for reminding me that I should have posted my website link to the forum.

    Here is the link to the website.

    http://www.m25blinds.co.uk

    Regards

    Aslam

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    Aslam

    Make sure that the images you are calling are actually in the folder.
    You are calling images/image1.jpg which doesnt exist!

    In your images folder you have blind1.jpg, blind2.jpg and blind3.jpg
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    Hi
    I have checked and put the images in the root folder m25blinds. I can preview them on all browsers.
    I have uploaded the whole site on the host's server where I can only see footer backgroun, where I should see header background and images (blinds1-3) all as well. Still no joy.

    Aslam

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    You've just got to be really careful with paths and names. For example, your logo is called Logo1.jpg, but your link points to logo1.jpg. The capital L makes it a different image. (That's why I keep everything lower case in my code, to avoid at least one easy pitfall.)

    Other links point to an /images/ folder in the root folder, which seems not to exist at all—at least not in that location.

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    You still have the wrong image names in your HTML, in that case. The images are called blind1.jpg, blind2.jpg and blind3.jpg - as you've just confirmed - but your page is asking for image1.jpg, image2.jpg and image3..jpg

    blinds.png
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    Hi

    With your help I manage to rename all images, reloaded them and now they are visible on the web.

    Thanks
    Aslam

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    Glad you've got the image problem sorted, but you seem to have uploaded your site to a sub-directory by mistake. The link above no longer works; the address for your home page is now www.m25blinds.co.uk/M25Blinds.co.uk/
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