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Site Assist Doesn't Copy Images

Thread began 10/27/2009 4:36 pm by brian330895 | Last modified 10/28/2009 10:36 am by paul294255 | 1145 views | 4 replies |

brian330895

Site Assist Doesn't Copy Images

Hello. I have Site Assist 3.2.3, Not Site Assist Pro. I couldn't find a more relevant forum. I have it installed on my mac with Dreamweaver CS4. Whenever I build a new site using Site Assist, in the siteassist_images folder, all images are faulty. What I mean is that there are all the files and filenames, but they are all ZeroK in size and none will open. Consequently all images that make up the design of the page and the menus are missing.. The structure of the page is built and all the links and css are there, but the images ALWAYS copied as zeroK files.

I bought this a year ago, and it was originally installed on OS X 10.5. I installed several of the WebAssist updates, Dreamweaver Updates and I'm now running 10.6. I've even removed and reinstalled Dreamweaver and the WebAssist extensions.

The only way I can get this to work is to go on a hunting trip through my Application Support folders and find the original copies of all the images that were installed by the extension and copy them into my site. All of the original images are there and they all work. They just don't get copied over to the site correctly.

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paul294255

Looking for a fix to this also.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What is the path to your local site folder?

Do any of the folders in the site path contain dots or none websafe characters?

This can cause the images to fail being transferred over

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paul294255

I am using site root so the path is /siteassit_images/

when I check the local folder or web folder both are corrupt files

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paul294255

I am using a mac.. so my local site folder is: /users/myusername/sites/sitename/
No dots or weird characters. Even the software does n ot show the images when it is previewing them. They are all missing images.

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