Sorry about the title ..
At one of my schools, the computer club pupils are making up web pages for the web site and want to link to each others pages.
Now if you do the pages in Word for instance, then it nicely packages up all inserted pictures into a sub-folder and all links are made relative so you can just upload multiple pages written by different people on a network share and the links will work perfectly OK.
However, at my other school, we don't have Word on our computers and OpenOffice doesn't make things easy in this respect.
Serif WebPlus 6 packages up the files a bit like Word but doesn't handle relative links.
So does anyone know of a free way of doing this e.g. achieving the relative link handling and packaging all pictures together that Word does.
Needs to be free
PS Can't wait for 1st suggestion to use mySQL/PHP
Couldn't the kids put their files each into their own folder (possibly their name)? This way, to link to Page1.htm on little Billy's mini-site, you could just use the relative link ../Billy/Page1.htm. Once you put all the folders in the same place it should work - although I'm not sure how easy it is to explain the concept of relative links to primary school kids.
I hadn't thought of actually trying to directly type in the relative ref - I'll see what Serif does with that but it might be too much to do even if it works - but nice try
@Norphy and Cybernerd
No - i need believe I need something that packages the pictures on a web page together with the web-page - not just an html editor
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