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Problem with images...

magellon Hi,

I have just purchased eBook Compiler after having tried the free version for a couple of weeks, everything is going fine except that my first eBook which consists of 7 chapters, of which chapters 4,5 and 7 are coming with a small square with a red cross in the place of the images. I have tried everything I could read about in the EBookFriends and made sure that my images are saved as .jpeg. Strangely in my source folder they insist in being saved in a seperate sub folder of their own : chapter 4_files File Folder, chapter 5_files File Folder, etc.. I have tried to transfer these images directly into the source folder, which works, and delete the empty folders but then the corresponding HTML document disapears.

Can you help me please?


Posted on: 8:38 pm on August 29, 2003
Alaska John -

Those subfolders appear when a user saves a web page from the browser itself.  It creates the web page, and creates a folder named after the web page, followed by 'Files'.   So, you get a 'chapter 5.htm', and a 'chapter 5_files' directory.  Explorer links them together: try to delete one, you get a warning, and if you confirm, it deletes the package.

 You will need to either return to the source files, or copy the contents of the browser-saved files, and create a new text document, saved as an .htm file.  

 Remove the '/chapter 5_files' references, and copy the images back to your new directory and file areas.

 Save your pages in Notepad, Wordpad, DreamWeaver, FrontPage, 1stPage, or whatever.  It should work just fine then.

 Good luck.

best -


Posted on: 7:47 pm on September 2, 2003
magellon Thanks Roger, will try that.


Posted on: 10:25 pm on September 2, 2003

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