Thanks, the dialog for what ever reason was requiring me to enter the website address. It now does not. However when I publish to a local folder and then try to view the site, locally the links will not work. Looking at the code generated the links are configured to go only to the folder that the page (index.html) file is stored in. If the folder is not on a web server then the link just takes you to the folder in the finder instead of displaying the index.html page that is in the folder for that page. I tried to simply rename the pages so they were descriptive of the page such as contact_us.html and removed the folder name which then defaults to the / to create subdirectory in the published folder. This works as far as the links go, but then my layout breaks, I loose virtually all styling relative to layout items. This is a real pain the butt. I need to be able to generate a site that can be viewed locally, in other words the links generated in the page need to be direct links. This is the code that RapidWeaver generates for the menu links
what it needs to generate for viewing in local folder is
I need to be able to create a website that can be viewed locally without needing it to be placed on a server.
If I am doing something wrong please give me some pointers. If I use command p to view from within RapidWeaver everything works fine but it looks like I am viewing it within the Mac built in server. This is the link http://127.0.0.1:64923/domestic.html