Wait a minute, you upload a file, you link to it in a document, and you get a 404 error message?
First of all: directory and filenames are case-sensitive. http://example.com/filename and http://example.com/FILENAME are two different files!
Yeah, its kinda of a dumb question because 404 means not found. That means the file is not where the link points to! If I told you I parked my car out front and you told me you can’t find it when you look for it there, then obviously I don’t know where my car really is and have no business telling people where to find it
So double check that you’re uploading the file to the right directory. And make sure you are logged in as the FTP/shell user assigned to the domain.
If you’re still getting an error, its possible the funny business is due to the filename and/or run-time configuration directives in an .htaccess file. Do you have an .htaccess file with directives you don’t fully understand? To be specific, its possible a rewrite rule is to blame.
And you might be able to determine where Apache is actually looking for the file by checking the error.log file in your logs directory.
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