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Hi warriors,

so i have a problem, i have this squeeze page that i edit put some images edit text, so i uploaded the index.html and images folder just like i have done wit other squeeze pages, so i went to the site and none of the images aren't showing on my site,

so what do you guys think this is? what am i doing wrong?

Thanks
#html #images #squeeze
  • Profile picture of the author badlimey
    Spamming the forum maybe?
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    The image paths are wrong.
    What's the url?
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    According to the image paths you have in the index.html file, they are this:
    Code:
    <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368">
    Which means you have images 2 levels deep?

    You said you create the index.html and the images folder, so I assume they are "next to" each other.
    If they are change the path you have to this:
    Code:
    <img src="Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368">
    If you can't figure it out, tell me your directory structure.
    Example:
    index.html
    /images

    or

    index.html
    /folder/folder/images.

    etc....
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    • Profile picture of the author altoro80
      i am sorry im not good a this but i attached an image of my cpanel how i uploaded the files
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    • Profile picture of the author Istvan Horvath
      Originally Posted by David V View Post

      According to the image paths you have in the index.html file, they are this:
      Code:
      <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368">
      Which means you have images 2 levels deep?
      Actually, that was "two levels UP" - not deep.
      Which is nonsense, if the index is located in the root directory... Where do you "up" 2 levels? It would already be outside of the public_html :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    If you in cpanel, go to file manager and by looking at the directory structure and you should be able to see the path to the image.
    (and make sure they are really there)
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    i see them there but, i don't see the index.html or video.html,
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    You might want to verify everything was uploaded properly.
    The index, css files, images. Browse the directories and make sure they are there, then you can fix the path to the images.
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    ok so the images should they be in the images folder or outside the folder?
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    They should be inside it.
    Look on your computer before you uploaded everything, what is the structure there for the files.
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    ok thank you very much i will do that
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    so i did that and it still the same, uploaded everything but on the directory i don't see the html files, is that the reason? because the images are there
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael71
    paths in the html have to be edited, too
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    @Istvan Horvath
    Yeah..I'm a little tired
    Thanks for the catch.
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    so i have the directory like this, public_html/mysite/images/.png's and html

    Is that correct or i am doing it wrong?
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  • Profile picture of the author David V
    It seems as though you have the index.html and a "Downloads" folder in the root of your server.

    (See pic)



    So the full path to your images would be:
    Code:
    http://moneyonthelist.tk/Downloads/List/SqueezePage-2/images/example-image.jpg

    First, you need to check what your uploading because the images folder and the css folder appear to be empty.

    Also, you might want to move the /css folder and the /images folder to the root instead of having them this way, up to you.
    Avoid using capital letters in your folders, stick with lowercase.

    You will need to go through your index.html code and fix all the paths to your images.

    This seems to be a real struggle, so you might be better to pay someone a couple bucks to upload these assets for you and fix the paths.
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    ok i will try what you say then if it does not work i will pay someone

    thanks for all the help

    Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author webworksbd
      Hello Alex,

      1st open your html file using notepad++ and then you will see that

      Code:
      <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
      Go there and then you should make it like this
      step 1
      create a folder at your cpanel name images and then upload all the images from "Downloads" to that image folder

      Then change this code
      Code:
      <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
      to
      Code:
      <img src="images/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
      Hope it will work and if any problem just PM me will give you more instruction.
      Thanks
      Originally Posted by altoro80 View Post

      ok i will try what you say then if it does not work i will pay someone

      thanks for all the help

      Alex
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      • Profile picture of the author altoro80
        Originally Posted by webworksbd View Post

        Hello Alex,

        1st open your html file using notepad++ and then you will see that

        Code:
        <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
        Go there and then you should make it like this
        step 1
        create a folder at your cpanel name images and then upload all the images from "Downloads" to that image folder

        Then change this code
        Code:
        <img src="../../Downloads/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
        to
        Code:
        <img src="images/financial-freedom-just-ahead.jpg" width="550" height="368" />
        Hope it will work and if any problem just PM me will give you more instruction.
        Thanks
        Hey man, thanks for the help, you got it working fast and made it seem so easy for me, really appreciate it, awesome work

        Thanks, Alex
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