I used a plugin that allows domain mapping.
The site I mapped is, joinusattable.com . The origional site url before I mapped the site was vlmsites.com/table
If you look at joinusattable.com, none of the logos in the header, as well as the footer are appearing. Also, the images from the slider are not showing up either. Now, I am thinking that these images are associated with the theme I installed because none of the images I added outside of the theme are having this issue. (look at joinusattable.com/our-menu/)
After looking into it, using Firebug, it looks like the files are not going to the right source path (src=)
I see where the problem is, but I have limited knowledge of HTML/CSS. I don’t think it is a CSS problem, but rather where the file is trying to pull it’s source from:
Here is an example:
<img id="dt-top-logo" class="dt-top-logo" width="200" height="80" alt="Table" src="http://joinusattable.com/wp-content/themes/dt-nimble/timthumb.php?src=/files/2012/12/table_logo_small.png&zc=0&w=200&h=80&r_src=/files/2012/12/table_logo_large.png">
The source (src=) is not pointing to where I have my images stored. They should say something more along the lines of:
Im also thinking it could be a problem with the timthumb.php file that my theme uses: look here. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/i-wrote-a-tutorial-on-wordpress-mumultisite-and-timthumb-thoughts?replies=12
Any suggestions? What might be the problem. Again I have a little knowledge of this stuff. Any suggestions?
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