Sounds like you havn't uploaded all your images as well?
Do you have a link to the live site you can show us?
Here is a link to the live site:
I have started fixing it manually:
I re-applied the template
and am now manually going through the rest of the page and fixing the links!
All the images and so on are still on the server!
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I 'discovered' the command 'SAVE TO REMOTE SERVER' and used this to save my html file directly to the server. I was asked if I wanted to update all the links - and I clicked YES ...
Sorry to say you've learn a valuable lesson the hard way. Never, never save to remote server without first checking your work locally.
You'll need to fix the links. Working locally and in code view, identify the path problem. Do a Find & Replace (Ctrl+F) in the source code. Test in browsers. THEN when everything works properly upload to server.
Thanks! I suspected as much - I was just hoping that there would be a 'JUST FIX IT' button!
I marked your reply as helpful! Many thanks - one search and replace was all it took after reapplying the template - a much quicker fix than I had first feared. I then felt slightly mean giving you a 'helpful' score, rather than an 'answer' score.
On a'slightly related matter then...
Is it possible to upload (PUT) an html file onto a remote server but to prevent all the dependencies from having to be uploaded also?
It was my attempt to solve this 'problem' that got me into trouble in the first place!
Go to Edit > Preferences > Site >
Under Dependant Files, you should have both boxes checked.
That way you will be prompted each time to say YES or NO to dependant files.
Hope this helps.
Thanks again! I should have searched for this info before just trying things!