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podess
10-03-2009, 05:55 PM
Ok, here is my problem, Iíve created an addon domain called coshproductions.com (http://www.coshproductions.com/) and published the index.html page to public_html/coshproductions.com.

The index page is viewable but without the images. The images are in the subdirectory coshproductions.com along with the index page, yet they are not viewable in IE.

Main Domain: www.denverrealestateguide.com (http://www.denverrealestateguide.com/)
Addon: www.coshproductions.com (http://www.coshproductions.com/)
OS: xp pro sp3
BV ver: 10.1

Any suggestions would be helpful.

mrmagoo144
10-03-2009, 07:41 PM
what i do and i believe you have to do this is create a folder on your harddrive, inside blue voda and call the folder
coshproductions
all your images, pages created, media and items that you are showing on that account have to be in that folder. you should also create a folder at the server in the public_html section called
coshproductions
when you save a page make sure you save it in the correct folder and when you publish the page use the extension you are using above.
for your main website all your images and pages are in the public_html section automatically. for the add on you have to manually put them in the correct folder.

podess
10-03-2009, 07:52 PM
thanks for the suggestion. Is their a difference between coshproductions and coshproductions.com?

mrmagoo144
10-03-2009, 08:36 PM
not sure what you are asking. i believe you have to put the .com extension when you publish a page. the folders should be called coshproducts

podess
10-03-2009, 11:31 PM
I went ahead a did a screen print with some additional explanation.
www.denverrealestateguide.com/help.pdf (http://www.denverrealestateguide.com/help.pdf)

Thanks

zuriatman
10-05-2009, 04:28 PM
Hi,

denverrealestate.com and coshproductions.com are like 2 different bungalows.

coshproductions.com cannot automatically link to a different website unless you provide a link in your webpage to connect the image in denverrealestate to your
coshproduction webpages.

The best way is to treat cosproductions.com as a new bungalow you just bought and has to fit in new fittings and furniture.

Set up new folders in coshproductions and copy everything that you want to use to your new folders.

podess
10-05-2009, 04:45 PM
zuriatman,

Thank you for your reply. Did you look at the pdf of the screen print? the index.html has only two image files, and both are in the coshproductions.com sub. I apologize for my ignorance but what do you mean by "new folder". Should the image files be located in another file?

Thanks

zuriatman
10-06-2009, 04:55 PM
coshproductions.com is a completely new and different website and should be treated seperately from your original site.

coshproductions.com should have its own directory and sub-directories for ease of mantainence.

Karen Mac
10-06-2009, 04:57 PM
Did you check to see if hotlinks is enabled for this domain in your cpanel? When you published did you tick publish ALL files?

Karen

podess
10-06-2009, 06:22 PM
Karen,

You nailed it. It was the Hotlinks config. Thanks