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The upload is not yet done but i can see something coming together with the site http://www.patrickmagpantay.com/home.html still just url links
    
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The upload is not yet done but i can see something coming together with the site http://www.patrickmagpantay.com/home.html still just url links
Was the only thing you changed, those two lines of code?

I think you're going to have to undo those changes to get it back to how it was 5 minutes ago and ask your mate for some help. To be able to code effectively I need to know the exact image locations unfortunately.

Though in the meantime be sure to correct your Business Credit Cards and 0% Interest Cards HyperLinks. They're on the left hand side of your page near the bottom in the section called Cards By Type.
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No problem at all. I've found this thread quite refreshing compared to the usual help requests that crop up here.

I've had a look at the source file on the homepage and had a quick scan at your Orig_xhtml/Fw_files directory on your FTP server.

OK, I'll go over both the pieces of source code you need to change and why.

Code:
<a href="http://atmtrk.com/r/redirect.asp?id=dbrxcbhh&sid=&d=0&l=0&p=0"><img src="http://atmtrk.com/r/img.asp?cid=255&amp;pid=231&amp;d=0" alt="Blue from American Express®" border="0" /></a>
First things first, that code is perfectly fine apart from the <img src link.

I think you'd be best off simply visiting the img src link yourself, and save the banner file to your Orig_xhtml/Fw_files directory.

Assumeing you save it as "banner" you should then change the above code to as follows, though be sure to replace .gif with .jbg, or whatever format you choose to save the banner as.

Code:
<a href="http://atmtrk.com/r/redirect.asp?id=dbrxcbhh&sid=&d=0&l=0&p=0"><img src="Orig_xhtml/Fw_files/banner.gif" alt="Blue from American Express®" border="0" /></a>
The second piece of code needs to be changed in the same way.

Code:
<a href="http://atmtrk.com/r/redirect.asp?id=atorpwll&sid=&d=0&l=0&p=0"><img src="http://atmtrk.com/r/img.asp?cid=655&pid=231&d=0" alt="Platinum Visa®" border="0" /></a>
Obtain a copy of the image you want to use and replace the img src URL location with the files name in the Orig_xhtml/Fw_files directory after saveing the image there. Lets pretend you end up calling it "picture"

Code:
<a href="http://atmtrk.com/r/redirect.asp?id=atorpwll&sid=&d=0&l=0&p=0"><img src="Orig_xhtml/Fw_files/picture.gif" alt="Platinum Visa®" border="0" /></a>
Once again, be sure to replace gif with the correct image extention if you save it as a different type.

That will work, though as for actually obtaining the images to store them locally on your server I couldn't do it. I tried clicking on the URL's to them, but for some reason it opened up a web page saying "sorry this offer is not available in your area". Obviously the server has recognised I'm in the UK so you'll have to obtain those two image files yourself by visiting the URL in the img src parts of each code.

I'm sorry, but that's the best thing I can think of. To be fair, I've always found it a bad idea to rely on source contents, such as images or videos, that aren't stored on my own server anyway.
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