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Just make the links relative to the folder just like we do in web designing.
make the link relative to the folder in which u copied the files just like u r website
> OK, so I've done web design, however, I'm writing a book with an
> DVD, and I created a website for the DVD.
What's on the DVD? Just the web site? If so, why? Just make it a web site.
Otherwise, as stated, you'd want to use relative links for everything.
I get what you're saying ~ I just need a reminder on how to do that. The websites I created were last year and so I'm little forgetful here.
Why not? Do you work with network printers, routers, or switches? I do. They all have built-in HTML and they have "websites" associated with their IP.
Easiest way to navigate a DVD, seems to me. The DVD is part of a book and is not for free distribution.
> Why not? Do you work with network printers, routers, or switches? I do.
> all have built-in HTML and they have "websites" associated with their IP.
I'm not sure what that has to do with a book. But, yea, they are all
basically little servers with web-based admin interfaces.
> Easiest way to navigate a DVD, seems to me. The DVD is part of a book and
> not for free distribution.
Oh, well, that makes sense then if you don't want it distributed online.
I was mainly asking what kind of DVD are you making? A data CD or a DVD that
you'd watch in a DVD player? If the latter, it'd be better to use DVD menus
to navigate it.
Thanks Darrel for clarifying ~
Sorry to jump ugly... Yes, it's a data DVD... Just a tad sensitive that I can't get this to work yet when I should know better!
Although, I got the site to work via DVD, I'm having a rough go with that wonderful feature known as "autoplay."