Images not uploading to server

Posted on 2000-02-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-25
I have edited images in Fireworks 3 they are animated gifs, I exported them to Dreamweaver 3.  Inserted image in layer, when i preview in IE5 it works, when I upload to the server there is a small box with a red x instead of the image.  I work in Win 98.  I know it's something simple, help. Thanks Vic
Question by:vveedell
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Please check picture location. If you place picture with local path (c:\...\..gif) it correctly view in local browser.

Place your image to local web server location, then insert image to your page, then upload all to the remote server.

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