Bit of info:
It looks like the transparency isn't working correctly. In opera everything is black, in IE everything is white. I genuinely I'm bit pissed off with it. How is this possible that the same html file looks differently from local and remote location?
Would be really grateful if someone could help me with this problem.
Can you post a url for others to preview?
How was the .png created - which program? It is possible the output settings are not optimal.
The png was created with photoshop, default settings while creating png that is compression smallest, interlace none.
I mean this is unbelievable that the same files work differently on my local drive and on remote server.
Please post a url of your project for others to inspect?
The url is www.insaneinsects.com.
The webpage is now working, but what I did in the end was:
(For other poor unfortunates like I)
1. In publish settings make sure u select static content and transparent poster
2. After publishing, go to the folder you published your web and find file with extension .oam
3. Change that extension to .zip and unpack this folder
4. Go to the unpacked folder and find Asset folder in it
5. Go to the asset folder and the content of the asset folder is the content which you should publish on server and it works as it should.
A. Having said that, I find more than disappointing that I had to actually go to those steps in order to publish my website which works perfectly on my computer.
B. Unfortunately I didn't manage to have a moving background instead of static image. That is, on my computer I can have moving background and it works perfectly, full screen moving background, but when I publish and upload this on server, then I do not see my moving background at all, doesn't matter what I do.
I'd really would appreciate if somebody could please help me with this.
You should not have to go through the process that you did!
All that is required is to upload the project resource files and folder. So if you you use the publish option and enabled Web > Static Content, then all you needed to do was upload contents of the /publish folder.
On that note looking at your source code I see you are using Edge Code library, yet you are getting an error of a missing .css file?
Of course I know that I shouldn't go through that process!
But if I do the "regular and expected way" background on my website isn't displayed. Any ideas why?
Heathrowe, what .css error? I didn't get any errors AFAIK.
Check rest of the messages tomorrow, wife wants to watch Columbo!
Talk to you later guys.
Check console in Chrome Dev tools.
Hi, not really sure how to do it, could you help me a bit?