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I have tried to create a new logo on the top left hand side and have done the following:

Renamed my file "logo.jpg"
Copied
Pasted into "jforum/templates/default/images"

Now on my forum page it has a red X in a small box with "[Logo]" on the side.

I have tried repasting the old logo but it doesn't do anything. How can I get this to work?

Thanks
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gt6948d wrote:I have tried to create a new logo on the top left hand side and have done the following:

Renamed my file "logo.jpg"
Copied
Pasted into "jforum/templates/default/images"

Now on my forum page it has a red X in a small box with "[Logo]" on the side.

I have tried repasting the old logo but it doesn't do anything. How can I get this to work?

Thanks


Is the spelling & case correct for your file? Does it have at least "read" permissions on it? If you "right click" on the red X and select "properties" does it show the correct path and name?

[originally posted on jforum.net by GatorBait3]
 
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