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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rbauer_4, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. rbauer_4

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    I have just started working with cPanel, and we are migrating websites/email accounts over. I have added a few domains and uploaded websites. I have not had any issues with the websites, except for the last one I uploaded. After I uploaded the website, none of the images show up. It appears all of the pictures are in a folder called pictures, and is off of the root. In the source code, there is ../Pictures. If I remove the ../ then the images will show. I am not very familiar with web pages, and just wanting to know if this is something I can fix inside the File Manager, or something that needs to be resolved with the program used to design the website?
     
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    Sure you could fix these via File Manager as you've noticed, but thats certainly an issue if you've got many pages on the website I would think.
    You might do better editing via the program used to create the site and simply update all pages.
     
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    Thanks for the prompt reply. That is what I was thinking, I was just wanting to make sure I wasn't overlooking something.
     
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    In that case its better if you first take a backup for the whole hosting account from the cPanel >> backups on your local machine and then copy the whole Pictures directory in ../ or change the code from the ../Pictures to the /Pictures only or you can ask your hosting provider to make the changes as per your requirement.
     
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