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    Images dont work once I uploaded files on to the server

    It's should be simple for some reason I couldn't fix it, it really frustrates me cos this is the first time I have this problem.

    The link:
    http://michael.fourml.com.au/index2.html

    All the images are up on the server but for some reason they don't come up on the screen. It works when I do a local test though.

    Is it just my computer or something's wrong with.. something?

    Is it (maybe) because I need to do document.ready (jquery) both on the local AND the FTP server?
    Cos the plugin works, not the images. which is odd.

    Thanks heaps!

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    According to the validator, you have 95 html errors.

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    Do you have GD2 enabled on the server and are the file extensions you are adding allowed? This is usually a permissions error in most cases. Try CHMOD your images directory to 777 and post the contents of your .htaccess file.

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    Yeah i did check that before posting actually but then I made another new page with purely image and nothing else in there and I still got nothing.
    Could it be it's because of the server? Cos my other subdomains seem to be fine.

    http://michael.fourml.com.au/test2.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by roban View Post
    Do you have GD2 enabled on the server and are the file extensions you are adding allowed? This is usually a permissions error in most cases. Try CHMOD your images directory to 777 and post the contents of your .htaccess file.
    I don't actually know how to find the GD2 options, would this be on the cpanel or do I have to do it manually from the file?
    and where do I find the .htaccess file?

    I normally don't have problem with uploading files until now.


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