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I am using template New Media with Joomla (no Zen Grid) and I have loaded my header (png file) into images. I changed html to reflect the file change and my header is not appearing. Can you give me some pointers? Thanks in advance. Took out other (New Media file first) File reads:


images/jcm_logo.png

web site is www.jewishcelebrity.org

Hope you all are doing GREAT!!
Judi :)
jcm_logo.png
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Hi Judy,

Looks liek you may have missed a closing quotation mark there.

The browser is looking for this:

www.jewishcelebrity.org/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png{height600px%20width%20150px}%3E%3C/a%3E%3C/div%3E%3Cdiv%20id=

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A question:

that goes in the html template, right? and it needs to read just like that? because I tried to put it in and it didn't work the first time. I got a parsing error on my third menu link when I clicked to the page. Error attached.
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A question:

that goes in the html template, right? and it needs to read just like that? because I tried to put it in and it didn't work the first time. I got a parsing error on my third menu link when I clicked to the page. Error attached.

I wasn't sure if you got this message :) sorry if it came through twice
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No, that is what the browser is looking for, but it doesn't exist.

It's because in your original code you have closed the path to the image source inside quote marks. It should be:

<img src="/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png" />

Your original code is missing the end "
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Judy, not sure if I'm missing something here but when I go to this URL, I'm getting a server error;

www.jewishcelebrity.org/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png

Is this the correct path to your logo file?

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Thanks so much for your response. First Anthony said my code should look like this:

www.jewishcelebrity.org/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png%3E%3C/a%3E%3C/div%3E%3Cdiv%20id=

Then he said it was missing this:

"
The reason you are getting an error is because the image is not loaded? (is that the term?) in the template html. I am not sure where to put it and how it should read. When I did try to put it in I got an error on one page of my site when I clicked one of my menu links (error below). So, I'm trying to figure out what I am doing wrong (or not doing right. I kind of get what I am supposed to be doing... I just don't know how to do it.

WHAT I PUT IN

www.jewishcelebrity.org/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png%3E%3C/a%3E%3C/div%3E%3Cdiv%20id=


>baseurl ?>/templates/<?php echo $this->template ?>/images/jcm_logo.png%3E%3C/a%3E%3C/div%3E%3Cdiv%20id=




ERROR I RECEIVED

Joomla Lisence-Menu

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ':', expecting ',' or ';' in /home2/achicka1/public_html/jewishcelebrity/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/index.php on line 73
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Anthony said that was what your browser was looking for, *not* that was the code that you should use!!

I said, it is looking for that because your (original) code is missing the closing "

Just put the code as I posted above, with the src= bit pointing to wherever your image is. It doesn't really matter where it is, as long as the path to it is correct.

<img src="/templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images/jcm_logo.png" />

If you use this code, your image will have to go into the templates images folder, i.e.: /templates/jbnewmediaj1.5/images
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you, my friend, have opened up a whole new world to me!!!!! I know the header isn't right yet; but I get it!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!! You are amazing. What a breakthrough..... Please thank Anthony for me, too. I'm so glad it's the weekend. I can finish this up. Have a great one.

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Me? :blush:

Thank you.

I shall have a great weekend and I hope you do to. Any more questions, you know where to find us.

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I'm replying to your post that you wrote today. Sorry, I was looking through everything to try to find the answer to what is going wrong here. I have refreshed my files 50 times and checked everything over and over. As far as the module, I replaced the image with a jpg and that doesn't seem to work. Should I get another module? It is the standard one that comes with the Joomla quickstart.

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Hi Judith,

Sorry, I don't understand what you are trying to explain. It seems as though you now have 3 separate threads about the same issue, you inability to change the header image.

The instructions I posted in this thread will ensure that your header gets changed:

www.joomlabamboo.com/forum/club-announcements/36158-can-t-get-my-header-to-change-even-though-i-changed-the-image-file#36182
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