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Why is Template code is different when applied to page?

Why is Template code is different when applied to page?

(OP)
http://www.sarahfultongroup.com/Templates/sfg_temp... - This template file has different code than on page where template is applied and I can't get it to update. Page code that is different - the link should be <li><a href="awards.html">awards</a><li> but it is <li><a href="Templates/awards.html">awards</a><li> on page where the template is applied. This happens on all template pages and I have renamed the template page and realllied it buy that doesn't make any difference.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in adance,
Richard

RE: Why is Template code is different when applied to page?

check how your links are setup. they are pointing to a page in your Templates directory. You might want to turn off the "don't reqrite relative paths" option in the site preference window under templates.

Darryn Cooke
www.darryncooke.com | Marketing and Creative Services

RE: Why is Template code is different when applied to page?

(OP)
Thanks,

I opened the site in an older version of Dreamweaver and resaved the template and then went through all pages to make sure that they were fixed. Working in MX and Version 8 allow me to do different things to the site.

Thanks for your reply. Luckly I fixed it on my own, will check out what you suggested to keep things from changing back.

Richard

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