If you're certain that the paths are correct then we'll need a link to see the page in action.
Under the "Government" menu, the top menu item is "Applications and Permits". I cannot get any of these to work.
BTW, I updated the Spry menu on my template but until I know all the links work I don't want to update all my pages so this is the only one you will find it on.
when %20% appears in your a href tag, it means that your paths and/or file name contains spaces. Wich is bad. Take all spaces out in your file names and/or folders names and re-do your links. Re-upload all your files to your server and test it. It should help!
I agree. Get rid of the spaces. you are bombing out the server because it probably isn't configured to handle such long file names with spaces and truncates the internal path.
At first you will check the file name & path name
OK, so now I have another problem. I was editing the file names to take spaces out, each time it would ask me if I wanted to update all the links. I would say "update" and it would run thru every link and fix it. Well in the middle of updating links DW crashed, had to be shut down. I open it back up and now it doesn't update when I change a file name. How do I turn that feature back on? I certainly don't want to have to go thru all my pages to find every link, and I can't trust DW with the "check for bad links" b/c it tells me that most of my links are bad even though they work!!!!
I checked my preference, "PROMPT" is selected in "Update links when moving files". Is there another place to check?
I have been trying to edit that last post and it won't let me so I am trying this route.
I restarted my PC and DW is now asking if I want to update links again.
Posted this as a "new discussion" but thought I would run it here as well. Is there a way for me to say "don't update", change all the file/folder names and then tell DW to update EVERYTHING at once? The update process takes several minutes and I have tons of file/folder names to change. . . if I could wait and just update one time I MIGHT get this done this week.
Important Note: Each time DW Crash during update operations (library, templates, etc...) you should recreate your site cache.
Site > Advanced > Recreate Site Cache.
Thanks! I'll make note of that!