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Java script for image slider not working on IIS 7

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Dear Experts,

I have recently setup a new webserver to run a very basic website - the site looks fine on testing but the java script that slides the images along on the main page doesnt work when I view the site through the IIS - when I load the page directly from the local path it works perfet in all browsers.

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Then you may the paths defined to be outside the web root in IIS.  If you have links like "C:\inetpub\wwwroot\image.jpg" , they won't work.  They need to be relative to the web root which in this case would simply be "image.jpg".
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