Local images in HTML

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May 08, 2018

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Hi.  I'm creating a page in Dreamweaver for my Muse site.  Once the page is created in Dreamweaver, I copy the HTML from there and paste it into Muse via "Insert HTML..."  The page has images from my hard drive.  When I test the page in Dreamweaver, the images show up correctly.  When I edit the page in Muse, the images show up correctly.  When I preview the page in browser from Muse (via the copied Dreamweaver HTML), the images don't show up--just the box with the X.

Hi.  I'm creating a page in Dreamweaver for my Muse site.  Once the page is created in Dreamweaver, I copy the HTML from there and paste it into Muse via "Insert HTML..."  The page has images from my hard drive.  When I test the page in Dreamweaver, the images show up correctly.  When I edit the page in Muse, the images show up correctly.  When I preview the page in browser from Muse (via the copied Dreamweaver HTML), the images don't show up--just the box with the X.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 08, 2018
Nancy OShea Adobe Community Professional , May 08, 2018
I have a feeling you're either missing a step in DW by not defining your local site folder for your project, or you're pasting entirely too much code into Muse.  In either case, it would be very helpful if you could post the URL to your problem page so we can look at the code.

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I have a feeling you're either missing a step in DW by not defining your local site folder for your project, or you're pasting entirely too much code into Muse.  In either case, it would be very helpful if you could post the URL to your problem page so we can look at the code.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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