Good question... I dunno what is the answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
The files are there, and the src attributes point to them! How do I check the file permissions and which files should I start with?..
Edit includes/.htaccess to the following, and then the button images should show up:.
Deny from all.
Type in the full URL to a button in your browser..
If you get the "This page cannot be displayed", then either you didn't type it in correct or you probably still have a .htaccess or permission problem..
If it shows up, but as the red X, try FTP'ing the button images to the iPage site again but use.
Delete the includes/.htaccess file. As long as Directory Browsing is disabled on your server (which it should be) then the file is not needed anyway. If Directory Browsing is enabled then you can just drop an empty index.html file into each folder from the includes/ level and above and you can then delete the includes/.htaccess file..
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Hey Mat h.
Did you resolve the problem, because I am looking for the answer as well?.
Have you tried deleting the .htaccess file in the includes directory? I had this problem and that solved it for me..
Hi, I'm currently trying to install an online shop onto my current website. Everything seems to be going ok except the button images for things such as Quick Find, Add To Cart, Reviews, Tell A Friend etc are not being downloaded. All I get is the image missing 'X', and the image alt attribute text..
As all these images are stored in the same folder, I am assuming there must be some kind of connection. If I try and enter the full file path into the address bar in an attempt to display just the image in the browser I get an internal server error..
Is this anything that anyone else has come across, and if so how did you solve it?.
The button images are normally in l\includes\languages\english\images\buttons.
Are they there?.
Do the links point to these images?.
What are the permissions on the directories and the individual image files?..