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This worked perfectly on the home computer. When I FTP the files to verizon including directorys such as "css" "images". Some images show up most do not, there is no css support unless i put the code right in the head of the document.

I assume it is a url problem but I can not understand why some files are linked to and others not, using the same url.


It's a mess now and I don't know if this helps but.....


http://mysite.verizon.net/prnnarsto/index.htm

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This worked perfectly on the home computer. When I FTP the files to verizon including directorys such as "css" "images". Some images show up most do not, there is no css support unless i put the code right in the head of the document.

I assume it is a url problem but I can not understand why some files are linked to and others not, using the same url.


It's a mess now and I don't know if this helps but.....


http://mysite.verizon.net/prnnarsto/index.htm

Hey I'm an idiot--- No Caps in file names if the html doesn't have caps. That was the problem

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I've done that before.

I believe that the UNIX servers are case sensitive. It is always good practice to keep your file names in lowercase and without any spaces.

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