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    Genesis of creative reflexes.. mysticpixels's Avatar
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    Dreamweaver - Can we check for unused images in a site image folder ?

    Is there any way to find out which all images are orphaned or not used in a site, from the images folder, other than checking each and every one individually ???
    Any replies will be gr8, as i urgently need to find a solution to this. :-)

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    Hi, in dreamweaver look in site files (press F8) in site menu select recreate site cache, then after thats finished go to check links site wide from there you will be able to see whats broken, orphaned etc, then just delete the files that are not used in the images folder, delete the images folder from the server and replace with the new folder

    thats how I do it

    bp

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    Thanks a ton black_phoenix :-)

    Thanks a ton black_phoenix .......:-) You saved a lot of my time...Thanks a lot

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    I should have added that you need to FTP to the site to remove the old images folder, rather than using Dreamweaver's site update.

    glad it helped you get it sorted out

    bp

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