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Flash Banner not loading on Linux GoDaddy host

Posted on 2010-11-23
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I have a site that was created using Winamp and worked fine on my windows platform.  I then ported the site to a linux hosted server provided by Godaddy and MOST of the site works with the exception of the flash enabled banner at the top of each page.  I cannot for the life of me find the issue.  It does not throw an error, just a blank banner section.  I called GoDaddy support and they said all was working fine from their end.

Help!!

The site is http://www.dishaeducomindia.com/
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by:patterned
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I don't see any flash being embedded in there, but I didn't look too hard.

What isn't showing up is "background-image:url("images/Header.jpg");"

images/Header.jpg does not exist.
Upload that file to the images folder.
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by:scott-GSS
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Hmm...  It does exist in the images folder...

-bash-3.2$ pwd
/var/chroot/home/content/41/7029641/html/images
-bash-3.2$ ls he*
header.jpg

Just in case it was case sensitive I copied header.jog to Header.jpg and still nothing is loading in the banner...

Where do you see what files it is looking for?  I am at a loss on even troubleshooting this darn thing...
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patterned earned 500 total points
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Unix is case sensitive, so what you did worked.

If you do a full refresh of the page (clear your cache or press Ctrl+F5 in Firefox), you will see your header now.
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by:scott-GSS
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Oh, great then!  Guess my refresh was incomplete...  Thanks for your help!
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