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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew Yurlov, post: 248389
    Are you images in a sub folder or in the root?
    Its in the root in the htdocs directory with my index file. Should it be somewhere else?

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    Improperly called frame set, and there are no images at the pass that you are calling

    For HTML to display properly, there are certain tags in a certain order that need to be in every page.

    <HTML>
    <head>
    <title>this is where your title goes</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    This is where you put your content that you want displayed
    </body>
    </HTML>

    The closing tags ( the ones that start </ ) are what tell the browser where the different sections end.

    Frame sets are unique, and pretty much unused these days unless you don't have any other option... And search engines do no index or follow frame sets ... They encounter a frame tag, and they to away. ( you have a robots meta tag, so just assuming you didn't know about the frame set thing.

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    yes because I don't have the URL for the image I want to use.

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    Http://w3schools.com has a much better explanation of how the basics of HTML works

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    If the images are in the same folder as the index.html file...

    An image tag would look like

    <img src="picture.jpg">

    To properly use it, you need to define height and width of the image, but for general purposes, most browsers will display the image without.

    To check and see if a particular image is actually on the server

    Http://yoursitename.com/picture.jpg

    Obviously replace the site name above and the picture.jpg with an actual picture name.

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    yeah i've read some of it. It's not that I don't know how to write what I'm trying to do in html, I don't know how to find the specific URL for my image after I upload it. Once I got that, I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus, post: 248398
    If the images are in the same folder as the index.html file...

    An image tag would look like

    <img src="picture.jpg">

    To properly use it, you need to define height and width of the image, but for general purposes, most browsers will display the image without.

    To check and see if a particular image is actually on the server

    Http://yoursitename.com/picture.jpg

    Obviously replace the site name above and the picture.jpg with an actual picture name.
    Yeah I tried that and it doesn't exist. I think I have a weird host.

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    On filezilla, after you upload the picture, rigth click on it, i guess "copy url to clipboard" will copy the url of your image. That's what I did.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon Deloge, post: 248399
    yeah i've read some of it. It's not that I don't know how to write what I'm trying to do in html, I don't know how to find the specific URL for my image after I upload it. Once I got that, I'm good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obertj21, post: 248401
    On filezilla, after you upload the picture, rigth click on it, i guess "copy url to clipboard" will copy the url of your image. That's what I did.
    Sorry that didn't work either. Maybe I should get a different host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon Deloge, post: 248405
    Sorry that didn't work either. Maybe I should get a different host.
    Sorry if I can't help you about that. I don't have any problem with filezilla.

    You mean "didn't work"? You did not copy the url? or you got a url but still not displaying the image? or you got someting like this

    "ftp:// urloginusername @ hostname/blog/wp-admin/images/align-center.png "

    You need to remove this "ftp:// urloginusername @" replace with "http://www." now that is your image URL.


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