i recreated all of them (twice,.. first time failed again), but i kept teh originals around incase someone had a solution i could try.. worked like a charm, thanks man.
not so surprising anymore, that it didnt work..
One problem you may run into is the difference between the mv and cp commands. Suppose that you have some new content (about.html) to add to your website. After creating it in your home directory, you later do something such as: sudo mv /home/walters/about.html /var/www/html. The problem here is that mv by default preserves the context associated with the file, whereas cp, since it creates a new file, inherits the parent directory's context.
taken from http://fedora.redhat.com/docs/selinu...ple-setup.html
originally i had a whole directory (MoVed from ~/), that i couldnt browse with the images, then i created the img directory and MoVed them into that..
well, at least now i know ^^
thanks again for pointing me towards SElinux