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Why is Hit Counter IMG SRC path not correct after publishing?

Why is Hit Counter IMG SRC path not correct after publishing?

Why is Hit Counter IMG SRC path not correct after publishing?

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I am new to FrontPage 2003, and have been obtained to edit a web site that was developed with front page.

When I re-publish the home "Index.html" to the Remote Web Site, the "IMG SRC" for "Webbot Hit Counter" path is set to

<img src="_vti_bin/fpcount.exe/C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/z02029as/My%20Documents/New_NspirDals/?Page=index.html|Image=1">

for the image in stead of

<img src="_vti_bin/fpcount.exe/?Page=index.html|Image=1">

Is the local / site setting that needs to be set on the development computer or how do I correct this problem so I do not have to manually edit the "Index.html" file after publishing it everytime?

 

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