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08-Feb-2012, 10:53 AM #1
Smile Cant load my website images
Ive got windowsxp sp3 and firefox 10 and i run windows C:/ and ronuk.org on Z:/, C:/ works fine but on Z:/ I am having trouble loading images to the website(ronuk).
Ive tried 3 browsers all to no avail, i thought it was firefox but having 3 browsers,google,maxthon,firefox the same i dont think it is now you can see perfectly from the web(outside) but inside, my desktop,i have trouble loading them.
Ive taken the firewall out and rebooted and no good.
Ive told it works BUT i cant alter it.
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08-Feb-2012, 10:59 AM #2
What do you mean by "Having trouble loading them"?

I've looked at the site and the pictures are small and cannot be enlarged. Is that what you are referring to?
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08-Feb-2012, 11:38 AM #3
yes thats right ,you can see them But i cant see them becuase im inside ,no firewall,no anti virus no ad block .
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08-Feb-2012, 11:50 AM #4
Are you having trouble seeing pictures on other websites as well?
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08-Feb-2012, 11:52 AM #5
no only my website. ronuk.org/index1.html AND ronuk.org/index.html. I could remove them but i cannot put others back.
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08-Feb-2012, 11:58 AM #6
I'm a little confused here with your first post. What do you mean by "loading images"?

Are you talking about "Downloading" them to your hard drive?

Or, having trouble opening them after downloading them to your hard drive?

Or, having trouble finding them after downloading them?
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08-Feb-2012, 11:59 AM #7
im uploading them to my website on my pc. ronuk.org hosted on Z:/
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08-Feb-2012, 12:00 PM #8
Yes, but they already seem uploaded. You're saying you cannot upload them, or cannot see them once uploaded?
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08-Feb-2012, 12:05 PM #9
i cant see them when there uploaded coz but the images are blocking them selves, text goes thruogh alright but the images appears blocked. Theres something in the software that is not right.
The website is appearing alright on the out side but me on the inside is having trouble.

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08-Feb-2012, 12:11 PM #10
Sorry for being so slow but this is not like talking over the phone. Every detail is important.

I'm still a bit confused though.

Can you post a screenshot of the whole Web page (your website) as you see it after trying to upload pictures unsuccessfully?

To take a screenshot,

1- Hit the Printscreen key on your keyboard. This will copy your entire screen to the clipboard. Hitting ALT + Printscreen will only copy the active window.

2- Open Paint. (click Start > Run > type mspaint and click OK)

3- Select Edit.

4- Click on Paste. (or simply press CTRL+V on your keyboard)

5- Select File.

6- Click on Save As...

7- Save your screenshot as a JPEG file.

8- Attach the screenshot to your next reply.
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08-Feb-2012, 12:21 PM #11
here it is
it took about 45mins to get that and all text and graphics should be central too
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08-Feb-2012, 02:26 PM #13
1) If you look at my picture youll see its all over the left hand side,yours is in the middle.(which it should be)
2) It took about 45mins to appear sloooooowly coming down bit by bit.
doesnt appear instantly

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08-Feb-2012, 02:30 PM #14
here a more accurit one
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08-Feb-2012, 02:31 PM #15
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