Images not loading, since transfer to web host.

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  1. bostonro

    bostonro Member

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    Hi all,

    My images do not seem to be loading anymore, atleast on the homepage, since I changed the links to work on my host (not local anymore.) I had an issue with the style not loading but that seems to be fixed, on the homepage occasionally the style wont load on the homepage and the images will show, not too sure? [​IMG] The style doesnt seem to be loading on the About us page either?

    Any help will be appreciated greatly,

    Regards:

    Louwwieee42
     
  2. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    For one thing, you're trying to load a lot of your resources via FTP. You will need to change your FTP password immediately, and make sure that all requests go through HTTP.
     
  3. bostonro

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    I do recieve a message when using firefox (only) saying something about "too many connections from this IP (3)" although I did log in to the UCP and end all FTP connections, there was only 2, still to no avail... Sorry how do I go about doing this, I'm new to all of this I actually got to the stage of channging the image links to those from a image upload site - I am using the direct image links. If you could provide me with the code I need to use to use them from my FTP I would be more than happy, I couldn't seem to get it to work based on what I found on google.

    EDIT: I've managed to change my FTP password now.

    Thanks
     
  4. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    You can't use FTP on the client side of a web page. All of your files and images are available via HTTP (although you may have used FTP to upload them, and can use it to manage files on your site).
     
  5. bostonro

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    Thankyou for telling me, I have my images uploaded in public_html/pictures so what link do i use to direct my HTML to them? Thanks
     
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    Thank you for telling me, I have my images uploaded in public_html/pictures so what link do i use to direct my HTML to them? Thanks
     
  7. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    Your site's URL (http://your_subdomain.x10_something.something) goes to your public_html directory, so your image URLs would look something like http://your_subdomain.x10_something.something/pictures/image_file.jpg
     
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    Okay so I edited all of the links to the 'right' ones, or atleast i think their right... The CSS doesn't seem to be loading, nor do the images but that may be fine once the CSS loads, here's (http://bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/) the website after changing the links... This is what the HTML is like currently with regards to my CSS...

    HTML:
    <link rel='stylesheet' id='main-style-css'  href='http://bostonrowingclub.x10/admin/wp-content/themes/Boston-Rowing/style2f54.css?ver=4.1' type='text/css' media='all' />

    EDIT: Just a note, I dont seem to be getting the error message whilst on firefox anymore regarding to many connections...
     
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    Dead-i x10Hosting Support Ninja Community Support

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  11. bostonro

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    Ahh thankyou, I did wonder, I'll try it out... ;)

    @Dead-i Atleast no avail for me, I have re uploaded it all to the FTP Server, here it is... BRC
     
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  12. bdistler

    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    you still have a issue with the links - like --> [ bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/pictures/Boston_Marathon_1050x399.jpg ]

    is the folder [ pictures ] inside of folder [ public_html ] and not some other folder ?
    is the image [ Boston_Marathon_1050x399.jpg ] inside of folder [ pictures ] ?
    are the names of those folders and files spelled with the same upper and lower case letters ?

    you might have a issue - inside of one or more [ .htaccess ] files
     
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  13. caftpx10

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    I see that the URL would be valid if the underscores are replaced with dashes.
    Source: index directory listing
     
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    Okay, so i have to rename the pictures and take away the underscores as they aree being read as something else?
     
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    caftpx10 Well-Known Member

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    Hi all,

    I've renamed the links and such correctly, although the Style CSS etc still isn't loading... It is located in: public_html/themes/style2f54.css
     
  17. caftpx10

    caftpx10 Well-Known Member

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    I currently do not have access to a PC so I cannot check what is going on there.

    Try opening inspect element in your browser, go to the 'network' tab and then reload the page. Maybe you would see an error to do with the styling it would try to request. If so, the details should start leading to what might be stopping it from coming through.
     
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    Okay so, Im getting alot of 404's not found, and some 304's not modified, although the style and css that i can see have gray dots next to them and one has a green.
     
  19. caftpx10

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    It looks like the domain name used for content like images was set to a bad one (mistake).
    I saw this as a URL to a missing image.
    Code:
    http://bostonrowingclub.x10/pictures/Boston-Marathon-1050x399.jpg
     
  20. bdistler

    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    you still have links that have errors - look under [ File requests ] for those that show [ 0 B ]
    at --> [ https://tools.pingdom.com/#!/dbOWRb/http://bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/index.html ] - click on [ START TEST ] - to do a new test

    like [ http://bostonrowingclub.x10/pictures/Members-Area.jpg ]
    S/B [ http://bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/pictures/Members-Area.jpg ]

    and [ http://bostonrowingclub.x10/themes/style2f54.css?ver=4.1 ]
    S/B [ http://bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/themes/style2f54.css?ver=4.1 ]
    ###

    after you have your links working - you need to look at errors in the coding
    see --> [ https://validator.w3.org/nu/?showsource=yes&doc=http://bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/ ]
    and --> [ http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/.../bostonrowingclub.x10.bz/themes/style2f54.css ]
     
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