Please keep in mind that all files are case sensitive: Picture.gif
is different from PICTURE.gif and is different from picture.GIF. If
you are uploading your site from a Windows based machine, sometimes
case sensitivity is disrupted. Please check the exact case of your
image files. Note: images cannot contain blank spaces
within the file name
When it comes to uploading a file via FTP there are two modes:
- ASCII (text) -- used to upload HTML files and scripts.
- BINARY -- used to upload images.
If your images don't show, it's possible that they were uploaded
using ASCII instead of BINARY mode. If that is the case, simply
re-upload the images in BINARY mode and they should show.
It is possible that you are incorrectly linking to your images. It is very
common to design a Website and give your images an absolute path of your
hard drive (C:\My Site\picture.gif). If that is the case, you will simply
need to update your links.
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