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Posted on 2003-11-12
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Hello,

I have a web project that is not local (I connect to it via http://blahblah). When I want to save a file I'm working on my hard-drive, it inserts the remote location in front of the <img src=> paths.

How do I get it to stop doing this? I want the paths to simply stay relative, not absolute.

Thanks for your help.
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Question by:skbohler
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You need to first save it in the live site, and then either import into your local site, or simply copy and paste into a local folder. As long as the live web is open, FP will assume that the site and the open page are somehow connected...

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