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Posted on 2013-10-24
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I made a scoreboard that actually works but one issue is I have two logos of each team next to there name. Our company changed servers and I can't just show u using a public IP so i LOAD FILES ON MY WEBSITE THERE IS A SECOND QUESTION BUT i'LL CREATE A NEW TICKET SO FOR THIS ONE I NEED EAGLES AND PACKERS LOGO TO SHOW UP ALL THE NFL TEAMS ARE LOADED TO a directory called minilogos each logo has a number that corresponds to team ID. 069 Packers 081 Eagles I'm not sure I think my code is code but here is the scoreboard
scoreboard

should look like image of what scoreboard should look like
xml files get changed on this site so I have a zip of html doc and xml file.

here is my code that calls minilogos
d.find('Team').each(function(i,Team){
			  
        if ($(Team).attr('vh') == "H") {
			 var HS1 = $(Team).find('Linescore');
			 var homename =$(Team).attr('name');
         // var hs2 = HS1.attr('Score');
          $('#HS').html(HS1.attr('Score')); 
		   $('#txtHome').html(homename);
         // var vs2 = VS1.attr('Score');
         $('#minihome').attr('src', 'http//powerzsoftware.com/tsn/nfl/minilogos/' + $(Team).attr('ID') + '.png'); 	
		   $(Team).find('LineQuarter').each(function(){
						if($(this).attr('Qtr') == "1") {
							$('#periodH1').text($(this).attr('score'));
						} else if ($(this).attr('Qtr') == "2") {
							$('#periodH2').text($(this).attr('score'));
						} else if ($(this).attr('Qtr') == "3") {
							$('#periodH3').text($(this).attr('score'));
						} else if ($(this).attr('Qtr') == "4"){
							$('#periodH4').text($(this).attr('score'));	
						} else if ($(this).attr('Qtr') == "5"){
							$('#periodH5').text($(this).attr('score'));	
						} else if ($(this).attr('Qtr') == "6"){
							$('#periodH5').text($(this).attr('score'));
						}
					});
			if ($(Team).attr('ID') == $(Play).attr('PossID')) {
         
		  

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You misspelled the URL syntax. It should start with "http://", not with "http//".
That might be a reason of the failure (if there are no other reasons).
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I needed that 2nd set of eyes to find that error. I am grateful thank You.
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You're welcome.
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