I have a photography website and I store my images on a site called PhotoShelter. They had what they called a major upgrade today and changed everything around. In the process the links I had on some of the images on my website to my gallery on PhotoShelter wound up broken. So I am trying to change them to the new links. At this point I've changed them, they work in the preview and are showing up as changed after I save it. But when I upload the changes to my website the old links remain. I've tried everything I can think of to do. One thing, I use Filezilla for my FTP. When I first purchased VSD I couldn't get the FTP in VSD to work and have used Filezilla since with no problems and it appears to be working fine. Just now I made some minor changes to my website and uploaded it. The changes showed up but I'm still getting the old broken URL for the link. I'm not sure if it is a VSD problem or not but it seamed to be the best place to start.
The link I've got saved in VSD is:http://0000ijbuce9h5pq.photoshelter.com/, the one showing up is:http://0000ijbuce9h5pq.photoshelter.com/gallery/Relay-for-Life-03-17-12/G0000iPnRaFs1SeI, which is the broken one and I'm getting an error message stating the page can not be found.
I guess what I'm asking is could this be a VSD problem? I'm not sure where to look first!
I would suggest deleting all VSD files from your server and reuploading them again.
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I'll try that next. I still think it is a PhotoShelter problem, since everything was fine until they turned everything around today. But they are having so many problems with the change I'm thinking it will be a while before they get to me and I need to eliminate everything else in the meantime.
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