HTML Rename! 2.11 reviewDownload
HTML Rename! banishes the invisible, cross-platform gremlins that may be plaguing your web site.
HTML Rename! banishes the invisible, cross-platform gremlins that may be plaguing your web site. It simplifies moving a web site from your development environment to a CD-ROM or to a new web server.
Using HTML Rename! before you move your site saves you from needing to repair mangled filenames, broken links, and extra or missing carriage return characters in text files.
Here are some key features of "HTML Rename":
Targets DOS, Macintosh, UNIX, and other filesystems — including ISO 9660 (the most universal naming structure on the planet, used on CD-ROMs)
Reports and (optionally) renames files whose names are invalid on the target filesystem
Automatically or interactively generates valid filenames
Automatically updates links in your HTML pages for renamed files
Converts local links to relative or absolute URLs
Forces URL links to be case consistent with filenames
Automatically alters file extensions such as HTML, JPEG, MPEG, & PING for the DOS/Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX convention (and fixes the names in the HTML code simultaneously)
Allows custom file extension conversion
Reports missing and external links
Reports and removes any "orphan" files that are not referenced in a Web site (great for finding stray graphics and old files no longer in use)
Updates ASCII line ends for DOS/Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX format
Works on a single directory or an entire directory tree
Offers a clear, easy-to-follow, graphical wizard interface.
30 days evaluation.
5MB of free disk space
MacOS System 7 (7.5 or greater strongly recommended).
HTML Rename! 2.11 keywords