I tryed it out too and it seems that my browser just don't load files containing # in filename, so I should change all #-s in address bar to %23-s manually, but after doing so, all links etc. works flawlessly.
Anyway, %_folderpath_rel%/ don't hurt, and works in some cases so here an update (see Edit of my last post).
I still wonder about all this #-stuff IMHO the only thing %_folderpath% is doing inside of $filename() function is setting the path (and this only in Mp3Tag export box!) where exported file should be stored, it does not have any influence on browser and can be changed easily on export. Besides, I assume that "folder.jpg" is in the same folder as exported .htm file, so it's browser's fault if it can't handle relative path properly.
I reinstalled firefox, installed latest Mp3Tag dev. build and run some tests... it seems that I don't have these problems with # chars any more, no matter how export file is named.
According to that I reverted last changes (%_folderpath% stuff) and updated html_nickless_color_schemes_albumcover.mte again.
In case someone still have problems with #-chars in filename, changing the first line of the export configuration to
$filename(%_folderpath%$validate(%album%,_).htm)<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
And like you mentioned, I have no problems now with the "#" character (in your export files that is....I still have the problem with squonk63's)
The reason why I have
to create the filename is so that when I have all albums up, it will still save the file in the album's directory. Otherwise, if I am in my E:\MUSIC\MP3 directory, not having the "%_folderpath%/" in there will save it to the main MP3 directory, and the folder.jpg will not be linked. I think it just saves a little extra clicking on my part.
CHANGE: alpha blending effect for tooltip works much better for mozilla/firefox browsers (opera seems not to support this at all) CHANGE: html character encoding set to utf-8, change it to iso-8859-1 (4-th line of config) if you don't use unicode for tagging and see garbage in exported file CHANGE: ~1kb smaller file after changing indent characters to 1 tabulator instead of 4 spaces CHANGE: some small fixes
It would be great if you could update export configuration archive, Florian