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Image Path Problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AaronRodgers, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. AaronRodgers

    AaronRodgers Registered

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    i'm newer than a newbie.
    i'm dumber than a dummy...

    can anyone tell me if you can open PACKERSMAGAZINE.com - Coming Soon! or if it asks you for a server password?

    if it asks you for a password, what can i do on my cpanel end to make it normal and not ask people this?

    thanks
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    I've moved this off to it's own thread as it's unrelated to where you posted.

    If you open your link then right click the image and choose properties, you'll see the path to the image is not correct. That's why the password prompt.

    A few things.
    1) Your host should be able to help you out with this easy enough, this isn't a cPanel problem. They are the ones you should be asking for assistance.
    2) You'll need to edit your homepage to change the image path from this:
    Code:
    packersmagazine.com:2082/viewer/usr%2fhome%2fpackersm%2fpublic_html/1%20web%20layout%20C.jpg
    To something like this:
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    packersmagazine.com/1%20web%20layout%20C.jpg
    3) Never create or rename an image with a space in it, note your image name is, 1%20web%20layout%20C.jpg might be better as weblayout.jpg

    Good luck with your new site!
     
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