Eclipse and warehousing


(tomas nittner) #1

yesterday i got myself “eclipse”. mind you, it’s the first time (sic) so bear with me. i uploaded the pix in a folder on my server, rightclicked one image and duely copied the url link, then i inserted this link into “eclipse” where it says “set link” (see screenshot) i did the same for another 8 images. rsutat: nada, zilch! can i omly see the images once i published the site or what gives?
any help appreciated, greetings, tomas


(Joe Workman) #2

The URL to the image needs to be http://. For example: http://joeworkman.net/depot/site-images/joeworkman.png

Watch shows 9 & 15 here: http://docs.joeworkman.net/weavercast

The versions used in these videos are dated but the concepts are identical. Also check out this FAQ… http://docs.joeworkman.net/general/rapidweaver/warehouse-dropbox


(tomas nittner) #3

dear @joeworkman, weeeeeellllll, i just tried it, changing all my 9 images to "http:// (see screenshot) but unfortunately still no luck :frowning:
cheers, tomas


(Paul Russam) #4

You seem to have some odd folder naming going on there with 2 .de’s in the address.
Let say your domain is www.mysite.de and you have created a folder called myimages in the root folder (the same place you publish your site to) and in the myimages folder you have an image called house.jpg.
The path to the file will be http://www.mysite.de/myimages/house.jpg

If you are using transmit (or similar) to access your server then you can specify the path (http://www.mysite.de in the example above) in the favourite so that when you copy/paste links you get the correct address.


(tomas nittner) #5

thank you very much, @PaulRussam, that was exyctly the trick! now i know for futre rerference!
cheers, tomas