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Hello there, can anyone help me? I want to put some of my .htm files in folders but when I save a working .htm file in a folder, there is one section in the template area that "images" will not update to "../../images" automatically. So when I go to my navigation buttons, a red 'x' appears. For example: alumni_on = new Image(); alumni_on.src = "images/bttn_alumni_on.gif"; Should update to: alumni_on = new Image(); alumni_on.src = "../../images/bttn_alumni_on.gif"; A 3 page example (using the left/right arrows) is here: <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge href="http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm Any">[url]http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm[/url] Any</a> help is greatly appreciated! Thanks! ironcate...

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    Default Templates & Folders & Files

    Hello there, can anyone help me?

    I want to put some of my .htm files in folders but when I save a working .htm
    file in a folder, there is one section in the template area that "images" will
    not update to "../../images" automatically. So when I go to my navigation
    buttons, a red 'x' appears.

    For example:
    alumni_on = new Image();
    alumni_on.src = "images/bttn_alumni_on.gif";

    Should update to:
    alumni_on = new Image();
    alumni_on.src = "../../images/bttn_alumni_on.gif";

    A 3 page example (using the left/right arrows) is here:
    <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge
    href="http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm

    Any">[url]http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm[/url]

    Any</a> help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
    ironcate

    ironcate Guest

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    Default Re: Templates & Folders & Files

    > I want to put some of my .htm files in folders but when I save a working
    > .htm
    > file in a folder, there is one section in the template area that "images"
    > will
    > not update to "../../images" automatically. So when I go to my navigation
    > buttons, a red 'x' appears.
    You are using DW Templates?
    > alumni_on = new Image();
    > alumni_on.src = "images/bttn_alumni_on.gif";
    >
    DW will not manage links within javascript. Why are you using non-DW
    rollovers, anyhow?

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    "ironcate" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:e4mjv9$m46$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hello there, can anyone help me?
    >
    > I want to put some of my .htm files in folders but when I save a working
    > .htm
    > file in a folder, there is one section in the template area that "images"
    > will
    > not update to "../../images" automatically. So when I go to my navigation
    > buttons, a red 'x' appears.
    >
    > For example:
    > alumni_on = new Image();
    > alumni_on.src = "images/bttn_alumni_on.gif";
    >
    > Should update to:
    > alumni_on = new Image();
    > alumni_on.src = "../../images/bttn_alumni_on.gif";
    >
    > A 3 page example (using the left/right arrows) is here:
    > <a target=_blank class=ftalternatingbarlinklarge
    > href="http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm
    >
    > Any">[url]http://www.berlinbrats.org/classes/1947/0001.htm[/url]
    >
    > Any</a> help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
    > ironcate
    >

    Murray *ACE* Guest

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    Default Re: Templates & Folders & Files

    Hello, and thank you for your quick response!
    Yes, I am using Dreamweaver.
    >DW will not manage links within javascript. Why are you using non-DW
    >rollovers, anyhow?
    Oh Dear! I didn't create this site and the original person is no longer
    around. Looks like I will need to step back and work on the template. I don't
    suppose it is as easy as copy/pasting the working "../../image" links, is it?
    Unless you can give me some helpful starter points, you will probably find me
    reading through the DW rollover forum.
    Thanks again,
    cate

    ironcate Guest

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    Default Re: Templates & Folders & Files

    > I don't
    > suppose it is as easy as copy/pasting the working "../../image" links, is
    > it?
    No, I don't think so, but then I don't know the HTML context of your
    question without seeing your page(s).
    > Unless you can give me some helpful starter points
    Replace all IR/3rd party rollovers with DW rollovers.

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    "ironcate" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:e4n1kn$71g$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hello, and thank you for your quick response!
    > Yes, I am using Dreamweaver.
    >
    > >DW will not manage links within javascript. Why are you using non-DW
    > >rollovers, anyhow?
    > Oh Dear! I didn't create this site and the original person is no longer
    > around. Looks like I will need to step back and work on the template. I
    > don't
    > suppose it is as easy as copy/pasting the working "../../image" links, is
    > it?
    > Unless you can give me some helpful starter points, you will probably find
    > me
    > reading through the DW rollover forum.
    > Thanks again,
    > cate
    >

    Murray *ACE* Guest

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