Problem with -Designed my site Offline-Where to go next?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have designed my site offline in html-kit becauce i was told that it was better.
Now comes the time im nearly ready to upload my first site and now i find i'm confused
about changing paths - especially for images - which are all relative path.
This is what they look like now.
{ "file:///C:/Users/alan/Documents/blahblah-dot-com/images/blah.jpg" }

My question is how do i change to absolute www dot and still be able to see the images.?
Do i change all files to absolute just before upload ?
Do i put the www before the site name .?

As you can plainly see i am a newbie but i do not know how to change the whole structure of the site.

Hope someone can help.
Kind regards alan...
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Change all your paths to absolutes from the root of your public folder.

Example:
If your were storing your images under:
http://example.org/images

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<img src="/images/image.jpg" />
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thanks for the quick reply SpooF !

Do I have to do it this way for all files and images ?
Could you point me to a good tutorial about this subject ?

Thanks in advance...

Al..
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I have tried to do call an image in this way and it does not show.
Could you please explain this image code as my images are in a separate folder
al..

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