How do I point some HTML code to an uploaded file?

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I have a page where I need to use HTML, and on it I want to insert a small .png graphic file. What address would I use if the pic was called mypic.png, for instance?
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Philip Taylor

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Hi Philip Taylor,

The path to your files would be:

http://www.yoursite.com/resources/fol...

Where:

"http://www.yoursite.com" is your site's address.
"resources" is the name of the File Manager (you must not change that).
"folder" - if your file is in a folder, include the folder name.
"file.jpg" is the name of your file.

Please ensure that the path name is identical to the one in the File Manager in terms of upper and lower-case letters, dots, dashes etc.
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Philip Taylor

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Thank you Francois. A perfect answer. Problem Solvered, as we say in Oz.
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Philip Taylor

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In case others are having similar problems, if the site is unpublished (mine is) the address would be just resources / (folder if any) / filename (without the spaces around the slash).
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Thanks Phillip for letting us know that Francois' suggestion has helped. The tip you have share is also very helpful!