Images not displaying

Hi, the images on my website : http://360videowize.360video.epizy.com/ do not display at all, on any browser. The text is displayed but not in the right position. I tried uploading through FTP and though the file manager. All files are there. Can you help, please?

The folder “gallery” is happen to be not found, or misplaced. Make sure it’s uploaded in htdocs and not being “nested” by other folder, if any.

Also, one of your a href code seems misleading. If you want to refer to external site, you need to put http:// at the beginning of the domain name.

EDIT: also input the image’s extension. If it’s jpg, then you have to put gallery/logo big.jpg, and so on

I checked your website but I’m not entirely sure what I’m looking at. Did you use the Zyro website builder on another hosting provider and then copy that code here?

Maybe it’s as easy as renaming the htaccess file to .htaccess. But editing the website later on might be problematic without the source website builder.

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@Joo_Nath Thanks

@Joo_Nath said:
The folder “gallery” is happen to be not found, or misplaced. Make sure it’s uploaded in htdocs and not being “nested” by other folder, if any.
The Folder “gallery” is in the folder"zyro" which is in “htdocs”

@Joo_Nath said:

Also, one of your a href code seems misleading. If you want to refer to external site, you need to put http:// at the beginning of the domain name.

all 'a href" links work, no problem there.

I corrected src"gallery" to “zyro/gallery” and the images display. No formatting of the document though.

@Admin Thanks
I tried to create the page using your website builder, but it never got further than the window which asks to enter an e-mail address. So I used zyro. I then I uploaded the whole site in the subdomain I created on infinityfree. It didn’t display anything.

I replaced the index.php file with an index.html file. After the corrections I mentioned to @Joo_Nath, it displays all images, the links work, but no formatting.

I then removed the index.html file, replaced it with the original index.php, and renamed

@Admin said:
the htaccess file to .htaccess.

I get a blank page.

Any other suggestions?

last time I checked (html version)
there was no folder js
nor folder css
and the required files inside

you probably have a syntax error in .htaccess file
or in index.php
which then broke all code execution

@OxyDac Thanks. I checked. The js and css folders are in the zyro folder in the htdocs folder, with all their corresponding files.

I am very new to this but I didn’t find any syntax errors in the files. Would you mind checking, please?

I bet you’re better to use IF website builder instead of trying implement builder’s site from other host or elsewhere you got it from, not sure that users can help you through this forum.

@vision360 said:
Would you mind checking, please?

as MrJunior told you we have no insight into some file types

in the source of your index.html that was in htdocs (before you switched to php)
it is stated that the css and js folder are located
like this

yourdomain/js/ jquery and other scripts
yourdomain/css/ css files here

but you’ve put everything in the subfolder “zyro”
yourdomain/zyro/js/

so the path is not correct and index.html can not find necessary files/folders

try this:
renaming a .htaccess file in eg Xhtaccess
and see if the website will start working normally

then slowly step by step correct problems

@MrJunior Thanks. I’d been trying to use IF’s builder from the start. It was just not working. I’ve been trying for days on several browsers, and it just get stuck after it asks me for an e-mail address.

@OxyDac Thanks for taking the time. I’m gonna try.

@OxyDac I renamed the.htaccess file in Xthacces. It now displays a landing page saying “epizy.com” and a bunch of irrelevant links.

ok, that means that something is wrong with the .htaccess file

probably a lot of remains from the web-builder soft (wrong paths, etc.)

if you do not need any of this and your plan is to make a new website
and all old wiping out…

then simply delete everything from the htdocs folder
and create a file index.html in it
with some dummy content just to see something when you visit your domain
until you make a new website

@vision360 http://360videowize.360video.epizy.com/

you often change files on a website :smiley:
so it’s not easy to understand from outside what the problem is
but how much it seems to me
that something in the zyro folder generates 500 errors
and that the problem starts with the web.config file from root and url rewrite in it
only admin can look how things are there and get a complete picture of the problem
I’m going to sleep - bye and good luck

@OxyDac said:
if you do not need any of this and your plan is to make a new website
and all old wiping out…

then simply delete everything from the htdocs folder
and create a file index.html in it
with some dummy content just to see something when you visit your domain
until you make a new website

@OxyDac Good advice. Thanks for helping. :smile:

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