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Could be the name of the hard drive on which the site's files are saved.
Try this -- create a new page, drop an image on it from OUTSIDE the site.
Do the same with an image from inside the site, and before saving the page,
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"Ted Fitzpatrick" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> The site cache for my most-developed site seems to need to be re-built
> every week ... I wonder why the cache would be damaged or go missing so
> Anyone with similar experience?
Hmmm ... 'cause the sites are saved on a network share. Here are the temporary paths of two image files, one within the active site and one in a different site:
<img src="file:///IDU/PUBLICAT/INTERNET/images/bkgd-1clmn.gif" width="160" height="1" />
<img src="file:///IDU/PUBLICAT/DOF_INSIDER/apm_info.gif" width="427" height="99" />