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Old August 8th, 2004, 06:38 PM
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Just started and the exercise in "Beginning Dreamweaver MX, build 3 websites" to construct website for The Cooking Place. I have followed the instructions (Chapter 2) as close as possible but when I completed the web-page and try to view it in IE 6 all that I see is a page with place holders in each point that my tables and images are placed. Can anyone tell me what I have done incorrectly?
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Hi there and thanks for your personal message as well. I answer here if you don't mind.

Did you upload the images to your remote server? When you save a page, Dreamweaver can also save the page to the remote server, but it doesn't automatically upload the images. To do that, locate your image in the Files panel, right-click it and choose Put.
That should send the image to the remote server.

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Imar,

Bravo...thanks for your advice. Unfortunately I did not see the command "put" in my text book.

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