@Bigfoots, I apologize for assuming that just because I have been using Dreamweaver for 8 or so years that has in all it's versions, had a find/replace document or folder option. (as well as a options for text or source code etc), that other html editors would also have such a basic and useful feature
But, for me, my question was answered by Ejunkieguru. I had a problem, e-junkie has a solution which took 30 secs to automatically go through the site and make the changes.
Maybe you are thinking each product code needs to be replaced? Not so, the find and replace of
set up for every page within a folder add this script without changing the product information itself just adding a new bit to be reported in the transaction log.
Mind you if your old school and write your code in notepad, then yeah your going to have an issue and a tonne of work. But if your still writing code like that, wasting time is only one of the issues you would have lol