Windows or DOS, UNIX is case sensitive. This means that
Index.aspx is different from Index.aspx, Index.aspx and
all its various case combinations.
creates a problem when transferring your site from your
hard drive (Windows or DOS) to one of our UNIX servers.
It can often result in pages having broken links and
you encounter this problem, check to make sure that
your hyperlinks in your web pages correspond to the
exact filenames on your website. If they do not match,
you can either modify your hyperlinks in your web pages
or rename your files with an FTP program so they match
note that if you are referring to your pages with a .htm extension in your hyperlinks, make sure
the filename actually ends with a .htm extension.
you are referring to your pages with .html extension
in your hyperlinks, make sure the filename actually
ends with a .html extension.
problem encountered is that you are referring to web
pages and images on your hard disk. For example,
href="c:/webpage/welcome.htm">My Web Site</a>
above hyperlink should be replaced with the one below
href="welcome.htm">My Web Site</a>