twjnorth, on Nov 6 2007, 11:19 AM, said:
Merhaba fmucar, Nasil siniz ?
I went to your website and navigated through to the blade runner DVD but if you right click on the "Click to enlarge" text, choose "Copy Shortcut" and then paste this into a text editor such as notepad, it gives the URL
') which indicates that you have switched off the thumbnails in the control panel.
I noted Godaddy.com also seems to be putting a banner across the top of your popup window which shows above the thumbnail image which might not be what you want.
As to your problem, if i go to your homepage (www.hediyesehri.com), your host indicates that you have not uploaded your site correctly so it might be something to do with an absolute path that assumes website_home/thumbs_directory so see if you are able to change the starting directory for the domain name to be //your_webspace/catalog or if you arent using the webspace for anything else, see if you can move the whole website up a level so that everything in /catalog is at the top level of your webspace. (You only want to do this if you dont want to run more than one website on your webspace).
Did you upload the oscthumbs mod into the catalog directory or into the top level of your webspace ?
Hope that helps
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I have switched off the addon cause when it is on I cant see any pictures.
About the banners on top of the page; The site is not live yet and I am using a trial version for hosting from godaddy.com for testing purposes.
The catalog folder is at the top path for the domain. Copied the catalog directory to the web root and installed it from there.
You are right, I also think that there is sth wrong with the paths but instead of copying all content of catalog/ to web root, I think
it would be better if I change the path to the domain to ../webroot/catalog/.
oscthumbs dir is in the catalog directory. I think I should be editing some files so that the path to "oscthumbs/" is like "/catalog/oscthumbs" but I could not find the right place to edit.
Currently I dont have access to the ftp of my domain but in 7 hours from now
I will be copying oscthumbs/ directory to web root and will test it to see if it works.