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Hi. I used Coffee Cup FTP to download a page I wanted to work on in Dreamweaver (Can't get dreamweaver ftp to work... to many bells and whistles.)

Anyway... I have now made it so that my page can't see the pictures that were there on the server. So all my images and backgrounds are blank.

Can anyone tell me how to fix this? I saw where the image links were pointing to a spot on my computer, so I tried to just erase all but the name of the file, but that isn't working. Any help would be appreciated.

If the link above doesn't work, I'll do a new on in a new post. Thanks
Marva On 9/07/08, Marva wrote: > Hi. > I used Coffee Cup FTP to download a page I wanted to work on > in Dreamweaver (Can't get dreamweaver ftp to work... to many > bells and whistles.) > > Anyway... I have now made it so that my page can't see the > pictures that were there on the server. So all my images and > backgrounds are bl...See More
Sep 7, 2008
Max It looks like you might have found your problem. It's a school website, so make sure you use spellchecker ... this is spelled wrong on your home page: announcments

-max-

On 9/07/08, Marva wrote: > Hi. > I used Coffee Cup FTP to download a page I wanted to work on > in Dreamweaver (Can't get dreamweaver ftp to work... to m...See More
Sep 10, 2008
Pogo That's odd. I didn't have any trouble at all saving it in Dreamweaver. Which version are you using. I have MX. Several years old.
yesterday, 2008
Ron It is actually very easy to download via FTP. Go to my site [link removed].

It sounds like you did not pull the page down properly. You need to make sure that all of your images are mapped to the correct folder, and the same goes with your background. You can work on the Page Properties by going to Modify-->Page Properties-->Appearen...See More
Oct 6, 2008


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