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Old 19th May 2008, 05:00
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hello
I have many sites on my server
which has CentOS 5.1 installed
and ISPConfig, one site only got
a problem, either it is from firefox
or the site itself, when i put the
address in firefox the picture on
the index page doesn't show also
it is not showing X but there is icon
on the left corner, it is one big sliced
picture and the name is lower case
i am wondering what could be the
reason? i upload the whole site
again, still the same.
any help will be appreciated.

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Old 19th May 2008, 20:07
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Please check if the name of the file is written correctly - case does matter.
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hello mr/Falko
Thanks again for your reply.
Yes all of them are correct the
only thing i can think of is that
some have underscore like name
is : part1_o1.jpg
is that will make a difference ?
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Old 19th May 2008, 21:11
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Yes, it does matter.
You can load Your website in a browser and check properties of images (or look into the site's source).You can check if their paths and names are correct.
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hello Leszek
Thanks for your reply.
I checked and nothing is wrong, also
i can see the page normal on other
browsers like IE 6, on the other computers
and when i browse the same page from
/www dir i see it normal too, that makes
me think it could be the browser, i have
firefox 1.5 on centos 5.1.
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Please clear the browser cache.
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