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Need file path or url for Muse images.

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I try using http://www.imagemobiledetailing.com/images/2016-03-25_2012.33.20.jpg and http://www.imagemobiledetailing.com/images/2016-03-25%2012.33.20.jpg  Where the underscore or % is really a blank space. My result is a totally black page with a tiny icon in the middle of it.

Also tried using assets instead of images in the url. Bupkis.

I want to / need to get the true url to use for og meta tag use.


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don't use "." in the name, thats basic html

p.s, here is one of mine ... the ?crc=1228116220 at the end indercates the image is resized

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg?crc=122811620

so the pure image =

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg

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Need file path or url for Muse images.

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I try using http://www.imagemobiledetailing.com/images/2016-03-25_2012.33.20.jpg and http://www.imagemobiledetailing.com/images/2016-03-25%2012.33.20.jpg  Where the underscore or % is really a blank space. My result is a totally black page with a tiny icon in the middle of it.

Also tried using assets instead of images in the url. Bupkis.

I want to / need to get the true url to use for og meta tag use.


Joe

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Correct answer by Ussnorway | Most Valuable Participant

don't use "." in the name, thats basic html

p.s, here is one of mine ... the ?crc=1228116220 at the end indercates the image is resized

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg?crc=122811620

so the pure image =

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg

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Images are exported into the "images" folder, if they are placed in Muse or used as a fill. They are in the "assets" folder, if they are linked for download or if they are used by 3rd party widgets.

Try to use "%20" instead of "_" or "%". Or better: Rename all images, which are using a blank in its file name re-link them and re-publish the site. You can easily identify these images by exporting your site as HTML.

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don't use "." in the name, thats basic html

p.s, here is one of mine ... the ?crc=1228116220 at the end indercates the image is resized

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg?crc=122811620

so the pure image =

http://ormaline.businesscatalyst.com/images/abt-055.jpg

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http://www.imagemobiledetailing.com/images/aboutus.jpg

Thanks! 

Yup, I'm still learning. I just thought it would work without simplifying it because Muse understood the name with the spaces.

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