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I will PAY $5 to the first person that knows how to do this!! - Paid via PayPal <<<

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by IWORK4U, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. IWORK4U

    IWORK4U Newbie

    Nov 11, 2009
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    I uploaded images into my Godaddy account using FileZilla, it worked! I just cant access them anywhere in the internet. When I log onto my Godaddy account it shows that the images are "web visable", but they are no where to be found. You would think that they would be in a subdomain somewhere???

    Right now I currently use tinypic to host my images, then I insert them into an html table along with my content. The imagescripts look something like this:

    I really want to host them as subdomains so that they look like this:

    How do I get this done? I will pay $5 to the first person that can provide me with the information to do this with FileZilla and Godaddy.

    Paid Via PayPal <<<
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2009
  2. tsanko

    tsanko Senior Member

    Aug 9, 2008
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    Just make directory, then put in it index.php with image in it :)
  3. TermsB

    TermsB Senior Member

    May 19, 2009
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    Make sure you're entering http://mywebsite.com/exampleimage.jpg or whatever format the image is. Just PM me if you have other questions, I'll be glad to help.

    Go to where you copied the images in FileZilla and right click on the image and hit Copy Url to Clipboard. Open up Notepad or some other text editor and hit Control + V or right click and hit Paste. You'll see a link that looks like this ftp://[email protected]/public_html/image.jpg . Just delete everything before the @ sign, and remove the public_html/ part and you'll be left with the link to that image.
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2009
  4. blackhaze

    blackhaze Power Member

    Jan 11, 2008
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    self made millionaire
    in the matrix
    you go to your GD account and first create your subdomains on your cpanel.

    Say, your site is mysite .com, you could create subs like img1 .mysite.com or img2 .mysite com.

    Then, you can access the domains like img1 .mysitecom but also www .mysite.com/img1

    You then use filezilla and log into your account. Every subdomain will have a SUBFOLDER, like img1 or img2

    Then you upload your images in the subfolder(s) belonging to your domain.

    Now you edit .htaccess of each of those domains (in the folder img1 or img2 or whatever you names the subdomains), and in the .htaccess you specify a DirectoryIndex, like DirectoryIndex image1.jpg <- whatever name your image has.
    (If you dont have a .hatccess file in each folder you make one and upload it)

    This tells the site to load the jpg as default instead of the index.html or index.php

    SHOULD work.

    Proof: http://phphaxor.com/ <-- yes it works :)
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2009