Thread: Uploading and absolute hrefs?
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04-08-2002, 07:35 PM #1
Uploading and absolute hrefs?
hey, I'm trying to upload a site I have created into my ISP's directory for temporary testing. Here is the url:
Now, when I preview this page in dreamweaver it works just fine, but when I upload it, all of the references are wrong. I can verify that all of the frames that make up the index.htm are on the site. When you get the properties of a particular frame, it says that the reference is http://members.cox.net/main.htm for instance. It needs to be http://members.cox.net/rgk1/main.htm How do I change it short of manually fixing every link on the site (which will also make it impossible to preview before uploading, besides being a pain in the ass to the point of not being practical).
04-08-2002, 08:04 PM #2
04-09-2002, 09:48 AM #3
Just an observation. If you use relative URLs (e.g., main.htm) instead of absolute URLs (e.g., http://members.cox.net/rgk1/main.htm ), you will be able to test your site offline and then upload it without having to change the links.