Uploading files to website


#1

I’m trying to upload a Hype banner to a webpage. The banner is not appearing. Here is the html code that I have embedded on the webpage:

The files are located on the web server in the “banners” file directory. I have not had this problem before. The site is coded in html5 format.


(Rick) #2

Case sensitive conflicts perhaps? reasonstousethesite vs. reasonsToUeTheSite


(Jonathan Deutsch) #3

The best way to determine what might be happening is to check the developer console. I would suspect that the reasonsToUseTheSite.hyperesources folder may not have been uploaded to the proper location; go to the URL shows not found.


#4

Mr. Deutsch,

Thank you for your reply. You may have some merit in your suspicions. I have reloaded the Hype banner multiple times and it looks like the file should be where I want it to be. Here is a screen shot of Filezilla:

I am far from what you would call a competent web designer. However, I have used Hype in the past with XHTML and have managed to put multiple Hype generated projects online.

This time, I am frustrated and am running out of ideas. Any thoughts would be appreciated.


(Jonathan Deutsch) #5

I think the issue is that your " banners" folder has a leading space in its name. Try renaming it to just “banners”.

Secondarily to that, the file view doesn’t have the little collapse/expand triangle for reasonsToUseTheSite.hyperesources. It could be that contents were not uploaded into it, or that is just a visual issue with filezilla (it does seem to show it is a directory below, but it could be have a “.hyperesources” extension is tripping it up. If there’s a way to check the contents inside I’d do that.


#6

This works:

http://door24.org/media/%20banners/reasonsToUseTheSite/reasonsToUseTheSite.html

So your embed code would need to have the code:
http://door24.org/media/%20banners/reasonsToUseTheSite/reasonsToUseTheSite.hyperesources/reasonstousethesite_hype_generated_script.js

… but you should probably remove the space in the banners folder name.


#7

Mr. Deutsch,

Thank you for your impute. The banner space seems to be the issue. It is always the obvious. I would never have found it had you not pointed it out. Thanks a lot.

Best.


(Jonathan Deutsch) #8

The worst problems always have the smallest fixes!