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ubuntu server webmin issue

by just_murray / January 13, 2014 1:19 AM PST

Hello

Im setting up a wiki page and i want to upload an image that is used as a link to the pront page.

Ive uploaded the image to webmins file manager and ive attached it to index.html and it shows in the preview.


however when i go to the link for the page the image does not show up

is there something in the image path that is causeing this?

any ideas?


thank you,

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what do you mean
by James Denison / January 13, 2014 1:53 AM PST

you attached it to index.html? You put a tag <img src=.....> in the index.html file? Did you make sure it was exactly the same case? For instance Fpicture.jpg is different than fpicture.jpg on some servers, especially Unix and Linux based ones. Are you using the image as a link, or have a link to the image on the pront page?

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Please take this advice.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 13, 2014 2:00 AM PST
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