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didieraymond

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Posted 7 years ago

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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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Hi didieraymond,

Yola is currently facing a DoS Attack, they are working quickly to get online again. Visit: here for more information.

Andi
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didieraymond

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thanks ...
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Emmy

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Hello,
The problem has been remedied and we are now back functioning at top speed! Thank you for your patience while we worked on that.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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didieraymond

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hello yes I could work some a few hours after the attack...It's fine and everything is quite fast now, thank you Emmy...Just one small question how should I state an image URL on Yola, after the main part of the adress? I tryed I will probably find some day how to, but to get there faster I can just ask Yola...
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Hello didieraymond,

In order to assist you I'll need to gather a little more information. What do you mean when you say you would like an image URL? We will be glad to help you with this!
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to put images upon my articles I need from the file manager to get these images through codes, I think I have almost everything except the particular way image URLs are wrote on Yola, maybe it's standard but every System is Unique just keep the Intruders out, then how should I write the URL of an image from the file manager of my particular blog and have it on front page of my main blog?
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Hi didieraymond,

Thanks for clarifying! The image URL will look something like this:

http://yoursite.yolasite.com/resource...

Replace "yoursite.yolasite.com" with your domain URL.

Replace "yourimage.jpg" with the name of your image file.

I hope that helps!
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didieraymond

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thank you so much Sanja :)
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello didieraymond,

If "image_file" is the name of the folder in which your image file is found, then that would be correct.

You also need to add an "S" to "resource" in your URL.

Let us know if you're still have trouble with this.
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didieraymond

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stil doesn't work ...
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello didieraymond,

Do you mind posting your URL, and the image file name that you're trying to access? I'm sure that we will get this sorted out!
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Hello,
If you can tell us what your URL is as well as the name of the file in your File Manager, we can let you know what the path (URL) is for the actual image itself.

Thanks,
Emmy
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didieraymond

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Hello, this image above is israeli_museum.png, the folder is image, my blog is http://www.november24.in/...
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello didieraymond,

Thanks for posting the information. Your image is actually inside a folder so you need to include this in your URL. Your URL should be this:

http://www.november24.in/resources/image/israeli_museum.png
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didieraymond

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Thank you Sanja, it's working :)
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Justine

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Thanks for letting us know, Didier! I'll pass the message onto Sanja.
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didieraymond

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Thanks :)