| 5:04 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
If the links are consistently mislabeled, then a "search and replace" on the whole site might work. Use this function with caution, of course...
| 5:11 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Welcome to WebmasterWorld [webmasterworld.com] Jimbo.
I dont know if I got it right. Did you create the site in a single folder using DreamWeaver's site manager?
We usually create a site within a single folder containing all pages and images. When we need to move it around, we use Stuffit to compress the whole folder form the Finder. Then we copy the archive to another disk.
Can we have a little sample of a 'broken' path?
| 5:16 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
That happens to us all the time, as both my husband and I do design and trade projects back and forth.
In "Find and Replace," select "Entire Local Site."
You might also want to save the query for the next time you need to do it. Do that by clicking on the picture of the open folder just to the left of the "Close" option.
| 5:21 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
|Can we have a little sample of a 'broken' path? |
I believe what he means is that a relative path (i.e.,
is changed to where the files are saved on the computer (i.e., c:/Sites/Blah/subdir/Images/picture.gif
A global replace such as
c:/Sites/Blah/subdir/Images/ to Images/
c:/Sites/Blah/subdir/ to subdir/ will do it.
| 5:25 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
for instance the following:
file:///Zip 100/Conway_H1_web/Images/guy and clouds.jpg
is the source for an image on a particular page. Becuase the page was originally created on a mac, saved on to a disk, and then saved on another Mac, the image path is no longer correct. I know it's convoluted...
The only way that I know how to make that image appear again is by actually reinserting the image (after I have rebuild the site directory on my home computer). Would I need to do that for every single link?
Thanks again. : )
| 5:30 pm on Nov 8, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Jimbo, just replacing the "file:///Zip 100/Conway_H1_web" with an empty "" string would probably do the trick, depending on the relative path. Try a few manual ones before going global.