Posted 25 May 2007 - 10:46 AM
When I open a .doc file in Word and save it as an .htm file (then correct the position of the graphics and resave) the
"103_Maple_Flyer.htm" file is generated and, with it, a folder named "103_Maple_Flyer_Files". If I open this folder it has a whole bunch of .jpg files named image0001.jpg, image0002.jpg, etc.
Since I save the .htm file in my local website folder, that is where the "_Files" folder also shows up. I can see them in Windows Explorer.
When I go back to Front Page, into the window which has the pane of local files on the left and the website files on the right, the new "103_Maple_Flyer.htm" is in the local pane. I can transfer it to the website. The "_Files" folder is not visible in the local pane, so I can't transfer it to the website. And it seems to be where all of the picture files are located.
So, is this my problem? Maybe not, because one of the Flyer.htm files displays perfectly, and there is no "_Files" folder for it on the website, either - go figure.
I did what you suggested, AmazingAndrew, Ie. copied the graphic display of the .doc file and pasted it onto a blank web page. Everything had to be moved to get it all centered. I uploaded it to the website, but the pictures didn't show then, either.
On the one flyer that works, the picture placeholders come in with 3 little icons in the upper left hand square, then, after about 10 seconds the pictures come in. On the flyers which don't show pictures this little square comes in with a red "X" in it.
Hmmm seems like there should be a question in here, somewhere. The truth is, I don't know what to ask.
I guess, "What can I try, now?"
Choices have consequences.