Strange. The file appears to be “dogwoodelcapref.jpeg”; that’s
referenced in your page code, but it isn’t actually on the site in
theResources folder. Could you try uploading from Freeway again? You are uploading using Freeway, right?
Thanks for the help. I placed the image in the media folder. Should I have placed it in the resource folder? I looked at my host and could not find the image in the resource folder so I manually uploaded it from my host.
Sometime around 5/1/08 (at 13:40 -0500) hsakols said:
Thanks for the help. I placed the image in the media folder.
Should I have placed it in the resource folder?
The media folder is simply a convenience, Freeway’s way of
encouraging you to keep your original media files organised. This
is not what gets uploaded; Freeway generates fresh, web-optimised
graphics from the images on your pages and uploads those.
What you should do is this:
Put the image onto the page. Just drag and drop it, or select your
graphic box and import it from the File menu. Scale and crop as
Choose File > Upload. Let Freeway handle uploading everything
that’s necessary (and nothing that isn’t).
Go visit your page online. Click the Refresh button in your
browser if it doesn’t look entirely up to date.
If you still have problems, sing out and we’ll see what you might
need to do. But this should take care of it!
(BTW, never bother going into the ‘site’ folder, where Freeway builds
the HTML and other stuff that makes up your site. Don’t try using
images that you might find in there, and don’t drag your own files
into there either. Freeway is in charge of that space, and any file
you try using from there may be deleted or renamed at any point,
messing up your layouts. It is simpler to trust the app, it does a
good job when you do! ;-))