I am used to open my website links online in Internet Explorer, and then remove the http:// with c:/ where the sitename is the same on my local folders example:
change it to
so it opens the local page directly, and through a button I could edit what is needed in my local version of the page..
However this behavior doesn't work in Firefox (I have ver. 14.0.1) as to view the local file, I have to type "file:///" before the "c:/"
and when I write "c:/" directly in Firefox, I get the following error:
The address wasn't understood Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (c) isn't associated with any program. You might need to install other software to open this address.
So, is there a way to let Firefox understand c:/ or d:/ or treat local drives as "file:///"? like Windows Explorer (as it is interchangeable with ie)..