Msg#: 4142407 posted 11:37 pm on May 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
I am using FrontPage on a long standing website. I need to test whether img files relate to live pages or should be deleted but FrontPage ignores all pages with a php extension from its searches. I note that (surprise surprise) it does search pages with an asp extension. If I do not do anything I shall sink beneath a sea of redundant image files. Is there software which will might help? I dare not delete files which might be needed.
Msg#: 4142407 posted 12:19 am on May 28, 2010 (gmt 0)
But then I would have to delete them first which would defeat the object. I need to know they are dead before I deleat them. Does Dreamweaver recognise php files and enable one to check hyperlinks as FP does for non php files?
Msg#: 4142407 posted 9:35 pm on May 30, 2010 (gmt 0)
My FrontPage web has many image files but I suspect that a lot of these do not relate to current pages but to ones that have been deleted over the years. However, the FrontPage hyperlinks or unlinked files options are unreliable because FrontPage does not recognise files with php extensions and therefore does not show files linked to (or from) them. It is frustrating because FrontPage can recognise these links because I have altered the extension of one of these .php files to .htm and the links all show up. I have used this as the basis of a long tedious workaround by creating duplicate files of the .php files with the .htm extension. However, I have other webs to which this problem applies as well. So help would be appreciated.
Msg#: 4142407 posted 8:12 am on May 31, 2010 (gmt 0)
In my FrontPage web I have deleted pages but there are images which merely appeared on these pages. These are correctly shown as unlinked or in hyperlink view not appearing on any pages. The problem is that there are other image files shown in this category which are very much alive but just linked to php pages. Changing the file extension of a php file to htm makes these links reappear. I do have FrontPage configured as an editor of php pages.