Re: Path problem ?
> "Mike" <Mikep@stopglobalnet.co.uk> wrote in message
>>I am buiding a site om my homespace which will be shortly transferred to
>> a domian name.
>> If you go to the diary page and click on the 9th Oct... I do not seem
>> to be able to bring up the pictures.
>> Been trying every variation of the path but no luck.
>> Would appreciate some help please..
>> URL = www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~mikep/fengshan
> Because 9/10/2004 hasnt happened yet? ;)
> Seriously, at a quick glance all your paths seemed screwed. eg,
> in expmem.html you have something like: <img
> in diary.html you have <img src="diary.jpg"
> Yet these html files are in the same folder and are referring to the same
> jpg. (It should probably be fengshan not fengshan2004 but Im guessing).
> I suggest you create a folder called 'images' in the top folder and then
> reference everything as /images/whatever.jpg
Is it really possible to refer to directories from top-level?!?!?! Damn. I
guess my "../../../IMG" values are useless...
Does that just work under a Unix server? Do Window$ severs cope with this?
I'd appreciate your advice.