if you're REALLY serious about getting it done and you've already done a lot of work, what you could do is make it view the HTML code (there's a button, near the top left i belive, or bottom left, that divides the screen in two... one frame shows HTML the other shows the actual page... so you can edit one of the two, and it will display in the other)
copy all the HTML code, and paste it into a program like Word.
Let's say it's linking images to your hard drive, when it's supposed to link to an image inside the same folder as the HTML page... let's say it's linking to: "C:\windows\desktop\newwebpage\*whatever.JPG*"
forget the actual filename... that will stay the same on the server, but do a 'find and replace'... and in the 'find' type in:
and in the replace, type in nothing, then do the 'find and replace' thing, and it will remove the new path, and will link now to "*whatever.JPG*"... therefore as long as the image is the same format, file name, and placed in the same folder as the HTML file, you'll be OK
if you don't, let us know
Oh... and if for some reason or another the 'find and replace' thing doesn't work, try putting a 'space' in the 'replace' section...