sorry, my fault - i just took the path from the error message,
but didn't realize that these are just the links Joomla generates.
You should put the img folder into the folder where your
OpenLayers.js is, i think that OpenLayers expects the
images in a subdirectory of the directory where it lies.
At least that's how it's working here...
Thank you for the download link. In your zip-file all graphics are included. Your suggestion was to put the img folder in the folder called aktuelles. In Joomla there is no folder called aktuelles. aktuelles is a category for a blog. So the question is: Where to put the img folder? Firebug in firefox says, that the images have to be in the folder img, but I can't find out, in which directory Jommla generates the HTML-documents. Any idea?
it is not enough to copy only the OpenLayers.js to your server. The full distribution also includes the symbols that go onto the map. If you visit your site with Chrome with Developer Tools (F12) enabled, it shows which graphics are missing.
If you unzip the full OpenLayers package, they are in the "img" subdirectory.
Just copy them over to your /aktuelles/img directory and they should work fine!
in my new project with Joomla 3.3.6 I want to use maps for a large bicycle-tour. I had to copy the OpenLayers.js to my webspace to see the map. But all graphic Icons to scale and move the map are invisible. What can I do to see those graphics? Here is the link to one of the maps: