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#1 roseredd

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 12:38 PM

Hi guys!

I'm posting this in behalf of my mother, who uses microsoft frontpage to manage her website, found here: www.gardenpatchfarm.com.

She has on the site an "Image Gallery". Originally, hitting the link to this page would bring up the pictures in orginal size: huge. She asked me to resize them, and I did (Can't remember exactly how, it was months ago. I think I used PS or something outside of frontpage, then copy-pasted them back into the frontpage page...builing...veiw thingy. Yeah. (Not familiar with frontpage at all, as if you can't tell.)

The problem is, since I did this, although frontpage shows the pictures resized and perfectly placed, when we visit the site in IE, what we see is boxes. Blank boxes- with red x's. :thumbsup: Hate those things. I thought I saw the last of them when we got DSL!

When we hit the blanks, they do indeed link to the full picture, as intended, but we want to be able to see what we're clicking first! She didn't want thumbnails, she wanted the size it shows I did in frontpage. So why can't IE get the message? Did I miss a step, here?

I am clueless as to the workings of frontpage, although I know <i>very</i> minimal html. Any advice/help on this is much appreciated!

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 06 October 2006 - 11:17 AM

It appears that your thumbnail pictures were not uploaded to the server. When I try to go to the small image file GPFDriveway.._small.jpg it shows that it does not exist. IE:

http://www.gardenpatchfarm.com/GPFDriveway.._small.jpg

You need to upload these small version images up to the server .




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