URL's (or Uniform Resource Locators!) describe a way of addressing external resources, such as web pages, images, media files, and the like. URLs can either be referenced in a RELATIVE or ABSOLUTE mode
To aid in the process of using "relative" addressing, each time you locate a file using "Browse" buttons in The WebWizard (for example, when inserting an image, style sheet, or media file), a copy of the file is placed into a "working sub folder" of the WebWizard's install folder (usually C:\Program Files\WebWizard). You can set these working sub folders via the settings toolbar button. Example:
You wish to insert an image from your computer, located at C:\Webpages\images\myimage.jpg"
1) Click the "Insert Image" toolbar button, then click "Browse" to locate the image.
2) The image is then "copied" into the images working sub folder (usually "images/"), allowing you to link to it using:
3) When you come to upload you finished webpage, simply upload the contents of your working sub folders too, and all your links to external resources should remain intact!