I am using Sea Monkey and for some reason after I create an article and upload it, I need to RE-DEFINE my links in my header and footer as the uploaded versions link to my file on my Mac which is worthless for my readers. I have no way to fix this or I do not know how to fix this, other than re-defining my links but it works. A old HTML editor that I used in the past had a verify links feature that would do the job for me, but it appears that Sea monkey does not have this feature. Does anyone know of a way to solve this annoyance? Thanks.. My latest article is here. http://www.cerm.info/bible_studies/Eschatology/second_coming.htm The links I am talking about are in the header and the footer. John PS- Some have told me to move to Word Press, some other software or what not, which is not going to happen in my situation as I lack the technical skill the funds, and time for this operation. I choose to focus on my time on my content and spend as little time as possible dealing with these technical issues.