Site uploade to domain: http://www.menterderm.com -----doesn't work
Site uploaded to my student server: http://www.tammy4u2.aisites.com/mdri/index.html ----works well
I'm using jquery slidshow on my site.
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It works great in Dreamweaver and it even works great when I upload it to my student server. But when I went to upload it to the domain (on Godaddy's server), it's not working.
I do have alot of issues when I try to upload a file using Dreamweaver....it get's so frustrating. I'm also using Cyberduck to upload files as I seem to be more successful than using Dreamweaver but for whatever reason I wasn't able to connect to godaddy using Cyberduck so I had to upload using Dreamweaver (this could be related to my problem).
Does anyone suggest a better way to upload using FTP?
Any help or advice would be so appreciated.
Different server types will use different Line Break styles. Check your line break type in DW under Edit > Preferences > Code Format.
Change it to match the server type you are using at GoDaddy (Windows or *nix, I don't think Mac is an option with GD) and then use Commands > Apply Source Formatting to update the pages of your site.
Re-upload and see if it helps.
Thanks Jon for your advice. I knew that they were showing up in a single line and I've asked my professors about this issue and know one seemed to be able to help me. I've been having uploading problems for a while and I'm so grateful for the solution.
Anyway, I have it working in Safari and believe or not IE, but the jquery slideshow is not working in Firefox and Chrome. The error I get in Firefox says $("#slideshow").cycle(); is not a function.
I tried changing the single quotes to double quotes like Nancy suggested above, but that didn't seem to make a difference.
I tried single and double quotes and it doesn't seem to make a difference. My upload problem seems to be solved per the suggestion of Jon.
The slideshow just isn't working in Chrome and Firefox.
It works here in FF and Chrome on Windows 7. It could be a browser cache issue, try reloading the cache...
Firefox: Ctrl + Shift + R
Chrome: F12, Right Click Reload Button, Choose Empty Cache and Hard Reload
THANK YOU! I learned some good stuff. I'm graduating from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in two weeks with a 3.96GPA and this is the first time I used a message board for help. The experience was so encouraging as I'm trying to decide if I want to freelance or work for someone else. I don't really know anyone that is a web designer/developer so I get frustrated sometimes with errors. Thanks, again.