Hello, I have moved from DW CS3 to DW CS6 edu. I am unable to see online, new photographs that I have uploaded onto the remote site in my 'Artwork folder'.
I have done everything I used to with CS3 ie. reduced size of photos in photoshop and saved them as jpgs, uploaded them using both Cider Duck and Transport (these do the job).
I type a few words on my 'index' page under the new photos that I have already uploaded to the 'remote site'. I then saved the page in my home folder (the new photos are already saved in my local folder).
When I upload the index page to the remote and view online I see the Typo but not the photos . . .
Any help would be grateful . . . Chlo&Nick
The URL for the online page is: http://www.dogportraits.me.uk - The two new photos should be appearing underneath the words - "Puppy Dogs . . . . . Adult Dogs"
I have got to say, Murray you sorted out the problem I had - saving amended pages on my computer. I was getting messages saying I could only view the pages not save them. The solution you got me to try was to move the whole site on my computer to a new folder.
My home folder has all the information inc. the two new photos in an 'images folder' and them also placed on the index page at the bottom (all seems O.K. in DW on the computer.)
As I say I was used to dragging and dropping with CS3 in design mode and was quite happy with that, but my old G5 Mac. hadn't an intel processor, so when I changed to a new imac with intel the system would not accept CS3 (oh! joy)
Then all that I did was drag & drop the two new images across via Cyber Duck FTP prog. Then D&D the modified index page the same. (requesting it to overwrite the originales) which it did as the new typo appeared!
Thanks again for any suggestions - M&KS
The image file your HTML code contains does not exist on your server - http://www.dogportraits.me.uk/Artwork/Dog%20Artwork%20%28SMALL%29/Simp sons%20Puppy%20Dogs%20small%20for%20web.jpg
The Intel systems will most certainly run CS3. Maybe if you could give us more info, we could help you run CS3 on your new Intel Mac.
First off, please remove spaces in your filenames. Use hyphens or underscores instead. Also, normalize them - use lowercase only. Most webservers (especially Windows webservers like the one you're on right now) have issues with uppercase filenames and spaces most times.
For Mac FTP clients, I'd recommend Filezilla. It's free and it works just great.
Upload the image file for both the images again to your server in the specified location as in your HTML file. It will work.
you were quite correct with your diagnosis. It has been such a long time (years) since I updated my husband's web site that I have forgotten some of the basics.
P.S. I mislead yourself and Murray regarding the Dreamveaver version I used on our old G5 . . . it was: "Macromedia Dreamweaver 4" that wouldn't work on our new Intel Mac.
All I have to do now is get to grips with the bits I need to update our three websites! (CSS style sheets for one!)