I can't see my .png in my webpage

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  1. Eddy73

    Eddy73

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    I made a nice logo for a web-page.
    I saved the logo as a .png but I'm not able to implement it in my page, while other logo's do.
    1. I saved as transparent .png
    2. saved it it my templates
    3. download the template
    4. download the graphic
    5. delete the template
    6. save again as graphic .png

    Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong?

    Ed
     

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    No there are no spaces in the filename.
    But when I look at it locally on my computer the image is there.
    I uploaded everything to my web-space, the logo had gone.
     
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    1. When you said you "downloaded the template" what do you mean? I am a bit confused.
    2. Do you have this problem viewing the web site in other browsers (firefox vs Internet explorer for example)?
    3. Do you have any special properties attached to the graphic, while it's on the website, such as fading, or have you added a "hot zone" for a button, or hover option?
    4. Some servers (But for the most part, are not) are quite particular on how files are named. Have you tried using other names?
    5. Is the website active and published so others, such as myself, can see it?
     
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    Thanks for your help, sorry if I make mistakes in the language.

    I meant load in stead of download. I followed the instructions from the tutorial "Water logo"
    I only use FireFox but in Internet Explorer it does not show either.
    I have nothing attached to the graphic and I changed the name of the graphic.
    The website is active and you can see for yourself but.... it is in Dutch
    http://www.aspartaam.nl/zelfslank/index.php
    My website is in PHP and that did not work so I put the graphic in
    <img src="http://www.aspartaam.nl/zelfslank/images/zelfslank6.png" width="599" height="90"
    and that didn't work also.
    When I put another graphic in the page instead it shows OK
    You know...I'm really confused
     
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    That's fine.

    I needed to see the html.

    Try changing the width to 730, instead of 599.
    Photoshop is telling me the image is really 730 x 90, not 599 x 90.

    This is what I see when I look at the html for where the image should be:

    <img src="http://www.aspartaam.nl/zelfslank/images/zelfslank6.png" width="599" height="90
     
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    I have changed the width in 730 but it still not works.
    I have a second file created with the name "index2.php"
    I changed the logo to my own logo "Aspartaam" is the same as aspartame
    and there it works. see: http://www.aspartaam.nl/zelfslank/index2.php
    The logos are Mentioned in my CSS, here is a tiny piece of that CSS
    Code:
    #header {
    background: #FFF8EE url(../images/aspartaam-logo-nl.png) no-repeat 50% 50px;
    min-height: 150px;  /* oorspronkelijke aspartaam banner */
    }
    #header2 {
    background: #FFF8EE url(../images/fabrikanten-reageren.png) no-repeat 50% 50px;
    min-height: 150px;  /* 2e header toegevoegd  */
    }
    #header3 {
    background: #FFF8EE url(../images/ziekteversch.png) no-repeat 50% 50px;
    min-height: 150px;  /* 3e header toegevoegd  */
    }
    #header4 {
    background: #FFF8EE url(../graphics/artikelen.jpg) no-repeat 50% 50px;
    min-height: 150px;  /* 4e header toegevoegd  */
    }
    #header5 {
    background: #FFF8EE url(../zelfslank/images/logo-zelfslank6.png) no-repeat 50% 50px;
    min-height: 150px;  /* 5e header toegevoegd  */
    }
    
    All the headers work except header5
     
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    OK. I'm in over my head now! Hopefully with this dialogue going others will know whats going on.

    I'm pretty sure you should have an answer in the next 12 hours (It's 5:30am here on the west coast of the U.S. (Seattle,)....
     
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    #Tony
    I checked the proper case I even changed the name several time.
    All the time the logo appears on my local computer but when I upload the CSS and the index file on the Internet the logo has gone. Everything is OK when I change to an existing logo (not from TLC).
    Can you imagine I am a bit disappointed, because I love TLC.
     
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    Problem solved:
    TLC saves the logo as logo.PNG in capitals
    I referred to it as logo.png

    Thanks for the help

    Ed
     
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    Yes the caplock on the file extension is a real pain. It does not showing up when uploading to a content management system. Why is the file extension caplocked?
     
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    If you had read thread which is 7 mos old you would have seen
    "Problem solved:
    TLC saves the logo as logo.PNG in capitals
    I referred to it as logo.png

    Thanks for the help"
     
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