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Subject: Re: Relative links, absolute links....
Author: Dan
Date: 04/07/2004 21:52
 
> I mirrored a number of websites and, generally, httracker 
> works perfectly.  One problem:  some pages do not have 
> their links changed to relative.  
> 
> For example, running a 5 level mirror on 
> <http://www.host.com/> :
> 
> www.host.com/index.html will have all its links, 
> including "href" and "img src" changed to the correct 
> relative links, while www.host.com/traders/expert1.html 
> will have its links remain absolute.  So in index.html I 
> will find <img src="images/pic1.gif"> but in expert1.html 
I 
> will have <img 
> src=http://www.host.com/images/pic1.html.  The same 
> happens with the anchors, even though the files to which 
> both links point were downloaded to the local drive.  
> Generally, I end up using shell scripts (sed) to rewrite 
> any such links once I move the site to my unix machine, 
but 
> it would be better and safer if I could get httracker to 
do 
> it initially.
> 
> What am I doing wrong?
Naturally, I meant "pic1.gif" even where I 
wrote "pic1.html".  Sorry for the error.

 
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