Re: <img src="http://ippath/photo.jpg"> not work,
Bill Moseley wrote:
On Mon, 23 Dec 2002, David Z Maze wrote:
eric lin <email@example.com> writes:
www:/home/fsshl# telnet localhost 80
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused
That means your Web server isn't running. '/etc/init.d/apache start'
as root; if it fails, error messages might be in /var/log/apache
[Based on your previous posts, I don't have any particular reason to
believe that you have any firewalling issues at all; it's just that
you tried to do some strange thing with your Web server configuration
and now things don't work. Really, take other people's advice and get
a basic clue before you start asking questions on strange tangents on
public mailing lists.]
Trolling. Eric, you are really good! Cross-posting to five lists now,
Look, linuxspice.com points to your DNS provider and they are doing lame
frame-based forwarding. So you cannot use http://linuxspice.com/photo.jpg
you have to use relative linkes.
Did you get that?
You cannot use this in your web page:
you have to use
because linuxspice.com does NOT point to your machine, it points to a
machine that fowards to your machine via frames.
Any link of the form http://linuxspice.com/anything will fail do to the
way ItsYourDomain.com has your site setup.
Get yourself a real web server on a static IP and not on a slow DSL
connection, and hire a contractor.
Thanks your replying,
when I register domain, that comapany also offer free binding, so it is
that regertar do the binding ip and www.mycompany.com for me.
so , now I want to use <img src="http://www.mycompany.com/photo.jpg
or gif"> mean I have to swich some binding to my own local machine?
then what kind of setting I should do? and do I need to inform that
register to do something?
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