If you uploaded your web pages using FTP or a third-party publishing tool, and your images will not appear, first make sure that you have uploaded not only your web site files but also your image files. Your image files must be present in your File Manager, or they will not displayed properly by your page.
For example, if your home page (index.html) references the image logo.jpg, you'll need to upload not only your the index.html but also logo.jpg. You can upload your images just as you'd upload your HTML or other files to your account. Learn how.
If you're sure you uploaded an image, but it still won't display, check your HTML code and the image file name. Be sure you have correctly created your link to the image. Also, remember that file extensions are case sensitive; in other words, if your file is called logo.jpg, be sure to create your link the same way:
In the example above, our image file name ended with .jpg. If we had written .JPG instead, our image would not display.
All image files should be saved as JPEGs or GIFs, which end with .jpg or .gif. Although you can upload bitmap (.bmp) images, they won't load in Netscape and will appear as broken images, so be sure to convert bitmap files to either a JPEG or GIF before uploading them. Please note that simply renaming a file will not change its file type (and could, in fact, corrupt it). You need to use an image-editing program to convert the file into a JPEG or GIF before uploading it to your File Manager.
NOTE: As of February 19, 2013, Yahoo! Small Business has completed the transition from supporting FTP to FTPS. To avoid any connection issues, please make sure you have updated your FTP client to use your FTPS settings.