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Website won't be online after copying it on Internet Service Manager

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Hi,

I have a web server runnning server 2k. I also made a website to be hosted on this server and when i create the website on Internet Service Manager and i type on i.e. www.domain.com the first page of the website is diplayed with no images, the css file is not considered and the links to other pages doesn't work. When i tested the website on my computer it worked, but on the server side it doesn't.
The homepage of the website is in html (for indexation purpose) and the other pages are in asp.

Any toughts guys, cause i need to publish the website today?

Thanks
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Question by:Ygal_Benabou
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Did you check all the link for the images and stuff, are you use hard code link(http://www.xxx.com/images/abc.jpg) or referral link(./images/abc.jpg)?   Sometime the server use different ip to solve the domain name which make it not show up the images correctly if you use hard code link.

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