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    Newbie to FTP. Been trying to upload some pictures to my pacific internet homepage (the free 5 mb one) but no matter how i permutate the address, i can't seem to be able to link the images uploaded to the CS webpage.

    This is what i did. Uploaded to:

    1) "root directory" and
    2) "\public_html\my_folder"

    Have tried http://home.pacific.net.sg/~tert/file.jpg and http://home.pacific.net.sg/~tert/public_html/file.jpg but to no avail.

    Any PacNet users can help?
    Last edited by tert; 7th September 2003 at 09:52 AM.

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    I'm no PacNet user, but will try to help anyway. Could you list the files/folder in your

    Quote Originally Posted by tert
    2) "\public_html\my_folder"

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    try http://pachome1.pacific.net.sg instead of http//home.pacific.net.sg

    Some more you miss ' : ' in your address

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmund
    I'm no PacNet user, but will try to help anyway. Could you list the files/folder in your
    Thank Edmund and Hanoman.

    I did not upload any homepage or html files. I'm intending to use it just to store image files. There's only one file in the folder above, i.e. sheeps.jpg.

    Hanoman: Tried pachome1 but nil.

    Your help is appreciated.

    Terence
    Last edited by tert; 7th September 2003 at 09:51 AM.

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    maybe u can first check out if it can just link to the pic but not the page.

    u create a webpage first....then if u can reach the page but not the pic url directly, meaning cannot just store pic.
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    if pic uploaded to \public_html\, use home.pacific.net.sg/~your_username/something.jpg



    If pic uploaded to \public_html\my_folder, use home.pacific.net.sg/~your_username/my_folder/something.jpg



    If both still fails, check if u have uploaded ur picture correctly~
    Last edited by Landes; 8th September 2003 at 08:33 AM.

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