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    I have a problem with a rotating picture. It does not appear at all, and so no pictures are on the page.

    The url is http://www.golftunisia.com

    Thank you for any help offered.

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by bestgolf View Post
    I have a problem with a rotating picture. It does not appear at all, and so no pictures are on the page.

    The url is http://www.golftunisia.com

    Thank you for any help offered.

    David
    If you are using windows 7 or windows vista have you set fusion.exe to run under administration privileges? http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4037

    Does the rotating picture show up on local publish?

    You can try to clean up the files and do a full site generation again to see if this resolves your problem http://www.gotfusion.com/tutorials/tut.cfm?itemID=4029
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    Thank you for your quick reply.

    I have already set NOF to run as an administrator.

    The pictures appear when puplished locally on my own machine. It is only when I upload the files via ftp that they appear not to be there. Checking the online ftp directory though, the picture files and the rotating picture file are where they are supposed to be.

    I prefer not to republish the entire site, as it has been built over a period of a few years and I am afraid it will come out much worse if I try to republish it.
    Are there any suggestions short of republishing the entire site?

    Thank you,

    David

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    Bestgolf,

    I can't remember if the rotating picture generates a script or not but it would be worth checking the local publish folders to make sure that you have FTP'd everything associated with the rotating picture. Could be a .js file or .xml file somewhere?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bestgolf View Post
    Thank you for your quick reply.

    I have already set NOF to run as an administrator.

    The pictures appear when puplished locally on my own machine. It is only when I upload the files via ftp that they appear not to be there. Checking the online ftp directory though, the picture files and the rotating picture file are where they are supposed to be.

    I prefer not to republish the entire site, as it has been built over a period of a few years and I am afraid it will come out much worse if I try to republish it.
    Are there any suggestions short of republishing the entire site?

    Thank you,

    David

    These are the pics from your script

    http://www.golftunisia.com/assets/im...usOliviers.jpg
    http://www.golftunisia.com/assets/im...ou9olivier.jpg
    http://www.golftunisia.com/assets/im...sm_300_60q.jpg

    Everything is there (javascript and images).

    You are showing a script error on the page so you may have a conflict between the scripts you have running on that page.

    You need to remove the maximum compression option. If a script gets broken (line break inserted randomly) it can fail. Remove that check and republish the page. From the menu select Tools >Options > Current Site (then follow the graphic)

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    If that does not fix the issue you may need to start removing other scripts that you have on the page to find the one that is in conflict with the rotating images javascript
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