White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

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White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby DDavid » Tue Sep 09, 2008 1:52 pm

Perhaps someone can help me with this problem. The problem is really quite simple: When I try to import a
series of Jpeg images from my computer into a picture gallery within the
site I have built with Net Objects Fusion 8 the gallery is created with
some images showing but many images appear only as white boxes with crosses
in them...why is this happening? I have followed the same step-by-step
proceedures within the software to upload each image into the gallery.
I would be grateful for ideas on how to remedy this.

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby admin » Thu Sep 11, 2008 7:12 pm

Perhaps someone can help me with this problem. The problem is really quite simple: When I try to import a
series of Jpeg images from my computer into a picture gallery within the
site I have built with Net Objects Fusion 8 the gallery is created with
some images showing but many images appear only as white boxes with crosses
in them...why is this happening? I have followed the same step-by-step
proceedures within the software to upload each image into the gallery.
I would be grateful for ideas on how to remedy this.
White boxes with red x's are indicators of missing images.

Are you seeing them when you publish or when still in design view?

Spaces in image file names can be a problem. Have any of those?

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby DDavid » Sat Sep 13, 2008 2:01 pm

Thanks very much for your reply.
The white boxes with red squares appear in design view.
Many of the files that have spaces in the image file names do actually appear as well as those with just a single word so this does not appear to cause the problem.

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby admin » Mon Sep 15, 2008 8:51 am

Thanks very much for your reply.
The white boxes with red squares appear in design view.
Many of the files that have spaces in the image file names do actually appear as well as those with just a single word so this does not appear to cause the problem.

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Could still cause a parsing problem in the component.

Any apostrophe's in image names? Another potential trouble spot.

Try going into Assets view and verify all assets. That will help point out potential problems.

I'm assuming none of the images have been moved from the location they were in when you added them to the gallery.

For housekeeping purposes, it's best to have all images used in a site in its Assets folder, rather than scattered around your hard drive.

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby DDavid » Wed Sep 17, 2008 3:56 am

Hi,

There are no apostrophe's in the image titles. All the files in the assets folder are verified.
All the images are Jpegs taken with the same camera.
When I place the cursor over the White box's exclamation mark a small box pops up saying 'Unsupported picture format'. Given that other similar images publish OK do you have any other ideas what this means, or why these particular images do not appear?

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby DDavid » Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:37 am

Just another thpught...is it possible that manipulation of images in photoshop could create an "unsupported format?"

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Re: White boxes instead of images in Picture Gallery

Postby admin » Sat Sep 20, 2008 2:34 pm

Just another thpught...is it possible that manipulation of images in photoshop could create an "unsupported format?"

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Yes.

Tiff files, for example are usable on HTML pages.

You can use JPG, GIF and PNG files only.

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