Removing duplicate pages, pdf's, gif's etc.


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Guest

I am cleaning up my website of duplicate folders, files, etc.
Several questions:

1. Is there an easier way than what I have been doing -- selecting each file
in folder view -- checking out the hyperlinks and deleting those that do not
have a hyperlink going to the page. I am assuming that if no pages are being
linked to a page or file, I can delete it. Is there something else I need to
take into consideration?

2. I have some gif and jpg files that are in two separate folders -- they
each have hyperlinks going to them. My question -- if I move one to the same
folder as the other and say yes, replace -- will I lose the hyperlinks of the
one replaced? You may have answered this with the answer to question #1, but
is there a better way to delete the duplicates of these?

3. If I am doing #2 correctly and I will lose the hyperlinks of the gif or
jpg replaced, do I have to go to each page and link to the one I want to keep
and then delete the duplicate?

I tried to search to see if questions of this nature have been asked and
answered previously, but nothing came up.
 
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Thomas A. Rowe

As long as you move the content around within a current open FP web via FP, then FP should update
all references, unless the references are within script tags, etc.

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Guest

ok. Thanks.

Thomas A. Rowe said:
As long as you move the content around within a current open FP web via FP, then FP should update
all references, unless the references are within script tags, etc.

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==============================================
Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
==============================================
If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
a Service Pack or security update, please contact
Microsoft Product Support Services:
http://support.microsoft.com
If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
==============================================
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

Just be aware that the Hyperlinks view will Not show any links that are in scripts (mouseovers)

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| ok. Thanks.
|
| "Thomas A. Rowe" wrote:
|
| > As long as you move the content around within a current open FP web via FP, then FP should update
| > all references, unless the references are within script tags, etc.
| >
| > --
| > ==============================================
| > Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
| > ==============================================
| > If you feel your current issue is a results of installing
| > a Service Pack or security update, please contact
| > Microsoft Product Support Services:
| > http://support.microsoft.com
| > If the problem can be shown to have been caused by a
| > security update, then there is usually no charge for the call.
| > ==============================================
| >
| > | > >I am cleaning up my website of duplicate folders, files, etc.
| > > Several questions:
| > >
| > > 1. Is there an easier way than what I have been doing -- selecting each file
| > > in folder view -- checking out the hyperlinks and deleting those that do not
| > > have a hyperlink going to the page. I am assuming that if no pages are being
| > > linked to a page or file, I can delete it. Is there something else I need to
| > > take into consideration?
| > >
| > > 2. I have some gif and jpg files that are in two separate folders -- they
| > > each have hyperlinks going to them. My question -- if I move one to the same
| > > folder as the other and say yes, replace -- will I lose the hyperlinks of the
| > > one replaced? You may have answered this with the answer to question #1, but
| > > is there a better way to delete the duplicates of these?
| > >
| > > 3. If I am doing #2 correctly and I will lose the hyperlinks of the gif or
| > > jpg replaced, do I have to go to each page and link to the one I want to keep
| > > and then delete the duplicate?
| > >
| > > I tried to search to see if questions of this nature have been asked and
| > > answered previously, but nothing came up.
| >
| >
| >
 

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