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A couple of extremely easy HTML questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cashcrateaddict, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. cashcrateaddict

    cashcrateaddict Elite Member

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    Okay guys I got a Wordpress site that I want to add an HTML page to. Lets say my domain is http://domain.com, I'm trying to add the html page to htmlpage.domain.com

    So my hosting is hostgator and Im uploading the files by using the file manager.
    My problem is, when I upload the files and go to the page, the page is there but I cannot see the images. Where the images are suppose to be, I see that little box that shows when images cannot load for some reason. How do I fix this? I remember having this problem before and the problem was the images werent in the right folder and/or the images werent linked correctly. How do I fix this?
     
  2. RightInTwo

    RightInTwo Power Member

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    The image path that you have is wrong. The red X means that the location you are saying the images is on your directory isn't correct. It is tough to help you without the URL. One thing you could do though is right click on the image if you have Chrome and then do "Copy URL." When you past it, this will show you where the site is expecting the image to be. Just browse to that location on the server and upload the images to that spot.
     
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    Thanks guy for the help.
     
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    or, just create a folder called 'img' in the same directory as your HTML page, and put the images there...
     
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    Even better, if you are using shared hosting, host your images somewhere else to decrease your website load.
     
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    ibmciscoblogger Junior Member

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    Creating a image folder and linking to the path is the perfect solution.
     
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    You know if he have shared hosting this mean he don't have money for VPS so how he going to pay for the other place to host his images :) Just my 2c