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Posted by: Jo-Ann
Posted on: Mar 11th, 2011, 10:34am
Hi, does anyone know how I can change the name of a page. the website page name with the .htm all of them end with number like for example 000007.htm and I would like to be able to change that, does anyone know if that is possible? thanks.
I want to supply the Html file name for a page. For example "mickey.html" instead of "nameabc_000002.htm", how is that done?
Normally the user does not have to care about the boring task of inventing Html file names for the html pages that are under the hood of a web site (this because the EWE user acts simultaneously on the whole website, that is saved on the PC as a single AEH file). The program, by default, gives automatic names to the Hmtl file pages: this is the best choice as this automatically avoid the so called "broken links" (links that suddenly do not work due to file name changes) and improves the speed of the web site update (if you do not use automatic names, and you manually change the file name of a page that is linked by 100 pages, then the program must upload 100 changed files, instead 1 file, and this may take time, specially on slow connections). This is called the automatic naming. That said, you can change the base Html file name for a given page with Format >Page properties (the gray box that is on the left, center). Please notice that unless you enable the setting "file html / no auto" within the "Options" dialog (Options button, on the top left within the FTP publishing dialog) this does not cancel the automatic naming, but only a redirection file is added/created. Instead, if you enable "file html / no auto" the name in the gray box will be the actual HTML file name for the page. This works only with the last editions.