Re: Testing Web File Links?

Subject: Re: Testing Web File Links?
From: David Demyan <dbdemyan -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET>
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 1996 18:07:29 -0500

Karla McMaster wrote:
--snip--
> I create the web pages on my Mac, and when they are done, I copy them down to
> the server. However, I have run into a problem testing links. Even if I recreate
> the server's directory structure on my Mac, I cannot properly test the links
> that go back to the home page.

> How do you all test your pages before putting them on the server?--snip--
Karla:

Two pieces of advice:

1. Use only relative links. If you don't know what a relative link
is, write me back and I'll give the lengthy explanation or you
can look it up on the web.

2. I don't know if there is a Mac version, but an excellent tool
for checking web sites authored on PCs and uploaded to NT or
UNIX servers is Web Analyzer (http://www.incontext.com). They
have a free eval. available.

Dave.
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