No problem, I don't think that there's anyone that's got a handle on all of it, I know I sure don't. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/hehe.gif
First off to answer you questions...[*]I understand not being able to attach the photo in message attachments, that makes sense, since the file is too big.
You have to remember that there are two reasons that a file will not upload, file is larger than 60kb
and wrong file type
which is indicated by the file extension, and the error message doesn't actually tell just which reason the file failed on.
[*]Why would one particular photo, that is in my computer, not upload onto my 1st class webspace, when every other one will? Besides, that photo was uploaded to my profile here on MLS.
This is harder to answer, and just happens to be the one we're trying to figure out, /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/hehe.gif
maybe the file has changed in some way or got corrupted, or ???.[/list]OK, let's back up a bit, as I understand what you've said.[*]You are only having trouble with the one image file.[*]When you try and upload the file to your 1st Class web space, it fails to successfully upload and the Upload Progress box disappears too quickly for you to really see what is displayed, except for the word "unknown."[*]When you attempt to upload the file using the Message Attachments: feature. You encounter the Invalid file type or file exceeds max size (60kb).[*]Yet you used the file to upload as your Avatar
(i.e. the small picture that appears in the author column, just below Posts: in each of you replies.) in the User Forum Profile area.[/list]
As you can see from the following, I downloaded a copy of the file that is used as your Avatar
from the MLS server (i.e. Avatar_793.jpg), and then uploaded it to my 1st Class web space, and finally placed a link in this reply so the image would display.
Now this isn't the exact same file that you have on your computer. When you used the original file on your computer in your Forum Profile
the MLS forum software uploaded a copy of the original file, gave it a new name (i.e. Avatar_793.jpg) and stored it where the rest of your forum profile information is stored.
OK, now lets deal with the file that's on your computer that isn't working.[*]What is the name of the file, including the three letter file extension that's after the decimal point?[*]What does your computer show the size of the file to be?[*]Are you using the Browse... button in both the Message Attachments
and 1st Class Interface
to navigate to the location on your computer where the file is stored?[/list]