Topic: I get "X" instead of pictures when I upload my files.

In Dreamweaver I can preview my webpage in IE and I can see my pictures, but when I view live I see "X" and not pictures. Here is my gallery URL can you tell me what is wrong.

<image imageURL="images/Image1.jpg"
    thumbURL="thumbs/Image1.jpg"
    linkURL="images/Image1.jpg"
    linkTarget="_blank">
    <caption><![CDATA[]]></caption>
  </image>

Re: I get "X" instead of pictures when I upload my files.

Please see this FAQ which deals with seeing crosses where images should be:
My images show locally, but not when I upload them to my webserver. What are possible problems?

This note for Dreamweaver users may also help.

If you continue to experience difficulties, please post the URL to your gallery which will look something like this: http://www.example.com/gallery/index.html (What you posted was a single <image> entry from your gallery's XML file.)

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: I get "X" instead of pictures when I upload my files.

I reviewed my files 3 times everything look okay.  When I upload my 10 images only image4 will upload. I can copy image 4 to anywhere in the gallery.xml file and it still the only picture that will upload. I changed image4 to the 10th image and it will upload as image4.  sad Please help....

http://pdmba.com/Pictures.html

Re: I get "X" instead of pictures when I upload my files.

According to your gallery's XML file, the second image in your gallery should be located here:
http://pdmba.com/images/Image2.jpg
However, going directly to that address in a browser results in an error 404 (file not found).
Either the image has not been uploaded to the correct location or the file name of the image does not match the reference to it in your 'gallery.xml' file.
Pay close attention to uppercase vs lowercase as your web server is likely to be case sensitive (i.e. .jpg is not the same as .JPG). Also, check that the file extension on your image is actually .jpg rather than .jpeg and make sure that the file name ('Image') starts with an uppercase 'I'.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.