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When ever I post an image for the profile all I get is the box with a red x. I check the properties and it shows the image in the correct location.
What am I doing wrong?
Yes the image is there. I upload it using admin/system menu and can see it is placed in uploads. If I delete it using the admin/system menu it is removed again verified using ftp. If I right click on the image display area it shows as blogger/uploads/us.jpg which is where it is supposed to be but no image, just a red X.
That is really strange, not seen that before. Do your server error logs show anything? Check the permissions setting on the file thats uploaded. Should ideally be 0644.
I had assigned the permissions using FTP. I went in through the admin consol and changed them, still did not work. I removed the directory then recreated and assigned the permissions. That did the trick and it is now working.
Thanks for your help.
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