I’ve been maintaining a blog on the corporate site via Blogger for months with nothing but smooth sailing.
When setting it up for a project, I am seeing that the Blogger action is completely blowing off relative paths. Just to have something to show the client, I had to place some artwork in an iFrame because the link wasn’t working. As long as you go to the test site itself, everything works, but not on the blog page. Instead, the index link on blog on the the test site tries to link to the parent site index. I also see that Freeway did not swap out the blog page as it should, showing the original Freeway blog layout instead.
if the action sets paths absolute, it shows me, that it works absolutely excellent as expected. That’s basically all I can say here. And prevent me from commenting all your other lists here - it might be that I blast my balls into your park, convinced of an away win.
The action is supposed to translate the existing links, pointing them relative to the index of the site where the source page resides.
Since it does not do this, one might then infer that the action does not take into account the location of the target index page, but points by default at the root index page, which means that it can only be tested on a root level site.
Either this is the way the action was created, or there is a bug . If someone else has encountered this issue and has a workaround, their comments would be most welcome.