Oh, BTW, I forgot to say, I/we cannot use site-relative file paths because this question is posted on behalf of a school where the kids are taught to use DW to create web-sites but the sites are not actually ever published to any web servers. The sites are only ever viewed by previewing the site in DW or by double-clicking on the index.html page from Windows Explorer. And because the kids are not being taught how to hand-code HTML (or how to hand-code anything come to that), editing the HTML by hand is not a solution. Really, we need a solution where DW will do it automatically and properly (without spending money on upgrading to CS4 or CS5 (if possible).
-Still A Novice
Oh, and BTW, putting the resources in the root folder is not
considered an acceptable solution by the teachers because
the teach the kids to put all the different file types in different sub-folders to be neat and organised but actually I am not sure if it is a requirement of the examination board.
I would be grateful for a reply, even if it is just to confirm that there is no fix (apart from manual code editing or upgrading to CS4 or CS5), so that I can confirm to the teachers that there is no fix and then I can close this support incident.
-Still A Novice.