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Hi I'm wondering if any of you smart folks could help me. I'm really just a neophyte web person but I agreed to help a friend with her site. I have a beautiful, functioning banner in imageready with rollovers. It works everywhere until I upload the html and image files and then --*poof*-- rollovers disappear.

I'm using GoLive to ftp. Is it magically sticking css in there and messin' with the imageready java script?
Are the java script gods destroying my rollovers because they know I'm too dumb to even try this?
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Can you post a link to the example?

These are just sites of mine that I run:
Frisbee Fodder - Geek Web Comic
78 Web Design
Olive Oil Soaps
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are all of the files available and on the server for the rollover.

what about how you are inserting it, sure you are placing the whole thing and not just the first image?...
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Thank you for answering! Yes all of the files are there because ImageReady saved them all to the one image folder. The images uploaded fine and the links work it just seems to be the code.

Here's the url http://www.fmsportsortho.com
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quick looking at it, looks like maybe the source is still looking for your computer not it on your server.
Desktop/images/fmsbannerrollover_Home-over.gif

did you setup the locations of everything to look on the server your site is on and not your computer.

just caught that while at work dont have much time to play much, gotta get the sales sheets together.................sigh
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Thank you so much imnothardcore. It works now mysteriously . I think there was a different folder with scripts in it that I hadn't uploaded. One of these days I'll just have to familiarize myself with the code better so I don't rely so much on the software.
I appreciate your taking a look!~
Cheers!
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