> Hi all,
>> I'm currently reading an HTML book but unfortunately it seems to have been written in winblows, i.e. the links are assumed to be case in-sensitive and so most of the images and other links don't work. I have to manually go through the directories to view most of the pages/images. Some of the directories are UPPERCASE yet most of the links to them are lower-case, and vice-versa.
> Does anyone know of a script I can use to go through everything and change all directories/links to lower-case so I can read it without the added hassle?
Option A) Use the original source, where filenames most likely where
also upper and lowercase mixed.
Option B) Put them on a webserver that ignores case (apache has options
for that and a lot of other tricks).
Option C) Make a loopback filesystem, a bit larger than the content
format this with (v)fat/iso9660 and mount it with
check=relaxed or related option.
Option D) Regex magic, grep for href= img= etc and replace to lowercase.
The other option of course is to ask the author of the book where you
got it to fix it up for you. Option C is in this case the least work.
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