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I am having a  problem with an HTM file not loading images. The program is an applet that can be inserted into a web page, it's called  'Net Price Calculator'. I have a folder within my website folder called NetPriceCaluculator and within that folder is an HTM file and an Images folder. When I create a hyperlink to the .htm file, it loads only some of the images, with many '?' icons. I have tried everything that I know (I'm a designer, not a coder), even hours on the phone with Adobe support and with the developer of the app.

I am using Muse 2017 and the site is hosted by Adobe Business Catalyst. Thanks for any help.

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dennisola  wrote

Dont understand.

what partis it that you don't understand... the code itself?

the code you used is outdated and not very nice looking but it does work... at least it can work.

I recommend using a different (more up to date) code to make this calculator and bootstrap is the code I would use because it works well in Muse | Dreamweaver made sites... its not the only, or even the latest code type around but its solid and thats what I would use.

p.s, if you can't do your own code or pay someone then you could also try the dreamweaver forum and see if any of the coders hanging out there want to suggest changes... {hint} ask nice and add about a paragraph (with two images) to explain what you want to look like

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Images Not All Loading From HTM File

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I am having a  problem with an HTM file not loading images. The program is an applet that can be inserted into a web page, it's called  'Net Price Calculator'. I have a folder within my website folder called NetPriceCaluculator and within that folder is an HTM file and an Images folder. When I create a hyperlink to the .htm file, it loads only some of the images, with many '?' icons. I have tried everything that I know (I'm a designer, not a coder), even hours on the phone with Adobe support and with the developer of the app.

I am using Muse 2017 and the site is hosted by Adobe Business Catalyst. Thanks for any help.

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dennisola  wrote

Dont understand.

what partis it that you don't understand... the code itself?

the code you used is outdated and not very nice looking but it does work... at least it can work.

I recommend using a different (more up to date) code to make this calculator and bootstrap is the code I would use because it works well in Muse | Dreamweaver made sites... its not the only, or even the latest code type around but its solid and thats what I would use.

p.s, if you can't do your own code or pay someone then you could also try the dreamweaver forum and see if any of the coders hanging out there want to suggest changes... {hint} ask nice and add about a paragraph (with two images) to explain what you want to look like

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Hi dennisola,

Please share the URL of your site so we can have a look at it.

Are you able to see the images when viewing the HTML page directly in the browser?

Regards,

Ankush

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The images all load if I double click the .htm file directly from my hard drive. Here's the URL:

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Click in the calculator icon to load the broken page.

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That .html page has to be made live before linked into Muse.

Have you did that?

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Yes. I published it through Adobe Business Catalyst. Everything on the entire site works except that calculator.

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How do I 'make it live' before linking?

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its a bit simple but the code works for me

Screenshot (1078).png

imo a bootstrap calculator would look better but its your site mate

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Dont understand.

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dennisola  wrote

Dont understand.

what partis it that you don't understand... the code itself?

the code you used is outdated and not very nice looking but it does work... at least it can work.

I recommend using a different (more up to date) code to make this calculator and bootstrap is the code I would use because it works well in Muse | Dreamweaver made sites... its not the only, or even the latest code type around but its solid and thats what I would use.

p.s, if you can't do your own code or pay someone then you could also try the dreamweaver forum and see if any of the coders hanging out there want to suggest changes... {hint} ask nice and add about a paragraph (with two images) to explain what you want to look like

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How did you get the images to load?

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