I noticed after installing (on my Windows Server 2008 server) and working on my WordPress site, that all references to files and pages (and permalinks) look like “http://10.251.0.1/wordpress/ . . .” 10.251.0.1 is the local area network IP for the server and will mean nothing to users once the site goes live. I have already tried viewing the site outside the LAN and any graphic, file, or page (other than the home page) does not come up.
SO, how can I make all the referecnes and permalinks relative? Instead of http://10.251.0.1/wordpress/wp-content/… for instance why not just wp-content/…? I tried that on some images I have in HTML on a page and it works. If I cannot make it relative, then how can I replace to 10.251.0.1 with the actual web address (e.g., new.mydomain.org)? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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