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Need help, simple html thing

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by keysikg, Jun 2, 2012.

  1. keysikg

    keysikg Regular Member

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    Hello BHW community,

    recently I got involved in web pages,in web design,hosting etc. I usually get finished gaming "templates" and upload them to webhost,modify them,and use them as gaming niches. A lot of them are uploaded on forums.


    I am stuck for more than 2 hours with 1 thing. I am trying to get first page of: dota2keys tk website. Every time I get html code and upload to host,a lot of pictures are missing etc. I don't have any problem with second page of that website,only with first. Can anyone help me? I just need .html file of first page,I think it can be done withing seconds. I just can't see where I am making mistake.


    * d0t is between dota2keys and tk
     
  2. hassan_isabad_subar

    hassan_isabad_subar Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    check the image tags and make sure its pointing to the correct file/directory
     
  3. skittles

    skittles BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    On your browser check the source code and see where the image's URL is being loaded from, there is your fix find if you are pointing to the right location as mentioned above.
     
  4. kralcx

    kralcx Junior Member

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    FYI it's best to give the url to the site you are working on in addition to the site you're cloning so we can see what you're doing and trouble shoot accordingly
     
  5. SYAWEDIS

    SYAWEDIS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If the inner pages are loading the images correctly I would check to see if the main page has the exact same source for the same images. When I was early with HTML + CSS I would always make the mistake when locating an image with css to not move up a directory with ../ (because my css was in it's own directory, like my css) eg. url('../images/image.jpg').

    Some simple cross-referencing the page that DOES load images with the one that DOESN'T should be a quick fix though.

    Good luck