Missing Image - but it's in the folder

I bought a template from here

http://demo.truethemes.net/Karma-Site-Template/

From "Pages", choose "homepage - jquery2". That's the design I'm implementing.

I uploaded it and the "TV" like image is not there. The image is "bg-home-banner.png" and I see it in the folder.

http://stagingbd.com

Why isn't it showing up??
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CamilliaAsked:
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OmniUnlimitedCommented:
Odds are your url for the image is incorrect.  I see you have it set up in style.css on line 655 as "images/_global/bg-home-banner.png".  You need to check and make sure that style.css is relative to the image using that path.

Also, not trying to insult you, but everyone makes mistakes, you are certain it is in the proper folder on the server (vs. on your local machine)?
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
That's right, it's relative to your website not the css directory that you're coding it from.

url(../images/karma-teal-grey/bg-footer.jpg)

should be

url(/images/karma-teal-grey/bg-footer.jpg)
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CamilliaAuthor Commented:
Let me double check. Not insulted :)
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OmniUnlimitedCommented:
LOL!  Found the problem.  Change "images/_global/bg-home-banner.png" to "/images/_global/bg-home-banner.png" in your style.css file.
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
That's what I was saying in my previous post that all urls should begin with the / not "images" or ".."
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OmniUnlimitedCommented:
Um, tagit, not to be contrary, but I work heavily in WordPress.  Every image I use begins with just url("image/someimage.jpg"); or some variation of that.  The use or non-use of the leading "/" strictly depends on the design of the website.
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CamilliaAuthor Commented:
This is a template I bought and all the images where "image/whatever.jpg"
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
That will only work where the images folder are in the same directory as the script running them. If the images are in the root of the sure then you'll always need to reference as from the root, ie /
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
OmniUnlimited, I agree and WordPress runs off a script in the root at all times which is why images/works
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