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"Credit card template images"
Posted by jdempsey on Mar-12-02 at 04:40 PM (EST)
I am trying to add images to the creditcard_template file (such as the secure certificate logo and a watermark background).

I always get a "broken image" error.

I started with the images in a seperate image directory on the secure server.

cgi-bin/images Path = ../images/imagename

Then I moved the images to the cgi-bin/data directory with the template files (changing the path in the template to null). And THEN I moved the images to the cgi-bin. . .

THEN I tried chmod 777 on the image files with them in the cgi-bin/data directory. . .

http://www.kayneandson.com/catalog/pages/test.htm

Is this a uShop CGI problem or a server configuration problem? OR a file permissions problem? HELP!

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RE: Credit card template images, Bill Weiner, Mar-12-02, (1)
Fully Qualified URL, jdempsey, Mar-13-02, (2)

 

 
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1 . "RE: Credit card template images"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Mar-12-02 at 09:42 PM (EST)
When putting any images on the creditcard_template.html page, you should use the FULL URL of the images on your secure server.
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2 . "Fully Qualified URL"
Posted by jdempsey on Mar-13-02 at 05:19 PM (EST)
I had tried the fully qualified URL but there was something weird on our server. So I had two errors, Not using a fully qualified URL and a server misconfiguration. But its working now!

Thanks!

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