This is not going to work out, Greg.
Thanks for taking the time.
On 11/11/2012 11:00 AM, Greg Chapman wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> On 11 Nov 12 15:22 Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV
> <mike@...> said:
>> I downloaded my entire web site via FTP.
>> I would now like to convert all the links to my local filesystem.
> You need to explain a little more about your site and its structure.
> I would expect your site to have all your HTML files in the root
> folder on your server. I would expect all images to be in a dedicated
> sub-folder called "images". I would expect all links in the pages to
> those images to take the form:
> i.e. be relative links. If that was the case then whether the the site
> was on your server or on your local disk, the links would work.
> That assumes you have downloaded the HTML files to a dedicated folder
> on your local disk and the images have gone to a sub-folder called
> "images". In short, I expect you to "mirror" the two structures and
> use relative links.
> Even if relative addresses were not used, it should only be a matter
> of using NoteTab to search for the "http://www.etc" part of an
> absolute address and change it to a relative one, as indicated above.