Would someone please look at my code and tell me why my photo widget isn't working. I'm using godaddy as a host site---do I need to put all files, except images in the main folder section of the site?
Thanks soooo much.
You have a problem with your references, possibly caused by an incorrect site definition. For example, your home page in your root folder has this:
That reference is invalid since you can't go above site root. Check your local and remote site definition again and if ok, then fix those reference in your page that begin with ../
I have an ste file on my server, ---and I changed everything again...trying
to match it up to the working one on my desktop---Is it possible that it is
a "link href" that is causing the problem. Should I be using a src ""
instead?On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 3:20 PM, Francine Michaels <
I'll try this. THANK YOU![image: Inline image 1]
Don't know if this helps or not...am totally desperate here.
As it turns out, this was not a "file" problem, this was an "uploading" problem. One of my .js files when uploaded to the server, changed formats. I needed to manual go into my hosting site cut the code from the .js file, and paste the .js file in with the correct formatting, and save. That was the only way the widget was going to work. In fact, even upon updated with dreamweaver, I run the potential for having that .js file changing format AGAIN, and messing up the widget. So, for all you "widget" fans out there with error messages popping up on your screen once you finish your page and go to visit it, try this.
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