From: Kevin Cole <kjcole@gr...> - 2002-06-03 17:04:13
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Suppose I've chosen a less-than-satisfactory name for a page. Can I fix
it simply by renaming the file and then making sure any links I've
created have the new name of the file? (That *SEEMS* logical and
straightforward, but I figured I'd ask first, in case there was
something subtle that would mess up.)
Kevin Cole, RHCE, Linux Admin | E-mail: kjcole@...
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From: Juergen Hermann <jh@we...> - 2002-06-03 18:21:48
On Mon, 3 Jun 2002 12:40:52 -0400 (EDT), Kevin Cole wrote:
>Suppose I've chosen a less-than-satisfactory name for a page. Can I fi=
>it simply by renaming the file and then making sure any links I've
>created have the new name of the file?
Actually, you should have it the other way 'round. First use the backlin=
feature (click on title) to find&fix any links, then rename the file.
The only thing you have to remember is that you lose any attachments and=
backup versions if you don't rename those, too.