Certain images not displaying weirdness

Discussion in 'Graphics & Webdesign' started by synergy6, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. synergy6

    synergy6 New Member

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    Just uploaded (via FTP) my first website: http://synergytherapies.x10host.com/ It's mostly working ok but a couple of images won't display, including the critical name logo in header of all pages. Browsers say they can't find the files, but as far as I can see the file structure and pathway html are correct, and the files are there (and aren't large). The same code/file structure works fine offline. Very frustrated - all helpful suggestions MUCH appreciated.
     
  2. leafypiggy

    leafypiggy Manager of Pens and Office Supplies Staff Member

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    In *nix operating systems, which our servers are (Linux, specifically), the system is case-sensitive. This means that, for example, your main image (synergy name.png) is not the same as what the actual file name is -- Synergry name.png.

    Also, it is a good idea to remote all space from file names in linux, as it makes for odd URIs (spaces are encoded as %20. Many people use underscores to represent spaces.
     
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    synergy6 New Member

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    Many thanks Neil - issues resolved. Owen
     

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