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Uploading Images

#1 Post by alexanderelitefashions » 2020-02-21 16:01

I'm working with CSV to update and add new products to my website. I'm using the same process I have always used and all of the data information will appear on my site without a problem. However, none of my images will appear. I have made sure they are uploaded to the sever and they still will not appear. I was wondering if FileZilla has a limit for the total number of images on the server and blocking new ones from appearing? I have tried everything to include contacting my host. I was told to make sure to check under html/images/products which I did and still no images. It seems as if the data appears so should the images. Please assist. Thanks

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Re: Uploading Images

#2 Post by boco » 2020-02-23 04:40

FileZilla does not have any artificial limits (that you didn't set by yourself).

Note that if you did use the directory listing filters for hiding anything, the hidden items will not be transferred, either. Maybe you did hide images in listings?
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#3 Post by Madsen » 2020-02-23 04:50

I also have this question.

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Re: Uploading Images

#4 Post by flagpole » 2020-02-24 13:55

Normally this is because you've linked the image incorrectly. Like the html is referencing a local file.

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#5 Post by alexanderelitefashions » 2020-02-24 16:28

Thanks to those that replied. Since I'm not good on computers, I wouldn't know if I hid an image or not. All I know is when I started using CSV the images would come over with the data. I could have accidentally hid the images. When I link an image to an item I copy and paste the image link as I have before. I'm still lost.

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#6 Post by boco » 2020-02-24 21:18

1. If you have website images on your computer, you must upload them to the server. Images cannot be loaded and displayed from your computer by anyone except yourself.
2. The links must point to images on the server. The local copies are of no use.
3. What do you mean by CSV? Comma-Separated Value? That's only a way of organizing data, nothing to do with images, directly.
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