1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 26, 2007 10:34 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Searching for a page in the site map

    DigitalChick
      Hi all! I'm using an older version of Dreamweaver... MX. I'm hoping there's a way to do a search for a specific page using the site map. I have some out-dated pages on a HUGE website I'm trying to clean up for a local organization. I did a search for orphans, and they were not listed. Therefore I know they are somehow still linked to other pages. So I can't just delete them. I need to update the links. I did this on my local drive, but I need to do it on the server, as I realized I can't replace all pages on the server (others have access to it too). Does that make sense? Anyway, let me know if I can search using the site map for specific pages. Thanks!

      Julie
        • 1. Re: Searching for a page in the site map
          Level 7
          Do a sitewide find for the filenames. That'll tell you which other pages
          link to them.

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          "DigitalChick" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:fasdd7$e8l$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          > Hi all! I'm using an older version of Dreamweaver... MX. I'm hoping
          > there's a
          > way to do a search for a specific page using the site map. I have some
          > out-dated pages on a HUGE website I'm trying to clean up for a local
          > organization. I did a search for orphans, and they were not listed.
          > Therefore I
          > know they are somehow still linked to other pages. So I can't just delete
          > them.
          > I need to update the links. I did this on my local drive, but I need to do
          > it
          > on the server, as I realized I can't replace all pages on the server
          > (others
          > have access to it too). Does that make sense? Anyway, let me know if I can
          > search using the site map for specific pages. Thanks!
          >
          > Julie
          >