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Subject: Re: Relative urls
Author: Xavier Roche
Date: 02/16/2004 07:05
> The site I am trying to spider uses relative links (eg. a
> href=".". a href="..", a href="../.."), but HTTrack 
> seem to deal with them properly.  Instead of translating
> them to the correct absolute url it creates a file called
> ..html and makes a link to that.
> Have I set it up wrong

Yes: httrack will always stays in the same directory (or 
lower directory structures), by default (except external 
images fetched by default with scan rules)

Use 'Set options'/'Scan rules' to override this behaviour ; 
using for example:*

or even more customizable:***
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