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m attempting paid members my website see one graphic free members see another ve assigned variable graphic name provided statement should insert proper graphic based condition subscriber's status Unfortunately doesn't work Could give hand make work o

Thread began 10/19/2017 4:17 pm by Daniel | Last modified 10/23/2017 7:32 pm by Ray Borduin | 32 views | 4 replies |

Daniel

m attempting paid members my website see one graphic free members see another ve assigned variable graphic name provided statement should insert proper graphic based condition subscriber's status Unfortunately doesn't work Could give hand make work out

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The code looks correct to me. What exactly doesn't work? When you are paid it shows the wrong graphic? Free shows the wrong graphic? Can I get a login with the type of user that doesn't work properly so that I can view the problem? That might help me figure out what is wrong.

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Daniel

Graphic display

Hello Ray... When the free members log on I want some of the buttons to appear Grayed out and say Premium Feature. I made the graphic and put it under /images/buttons. So when the Paid members log on they get the normal graphic. When the paid members go to the command center they get the grayed out buttons. I thought this should work but a get no graphic at all.

I've got to step out for a little bit. If you'd like you can either call or text my cell phone.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Your image paths were wrong. Since you have the images folder in a sub-directory under the freesearch folder, the links shouldn't begin with ./

I fixed the first one and uploaded it as an example you can follow for the others.

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Daniel

Thanks for the help!

Thank you for the help Ray! I thought I was on the right track... but I obviously didn't have the image paths written correctly. I always appreciate the assistance you give me... I'll be in touch soon with some other ideas I'd like to implement... I've got to gather together some money!!!!

Have a great week!

Dan Lewis

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