Inside your script block, you'll start by adding an event listener to the document that will execute the code within when it is ready to do so. Next, you'll create a variable called `popcorn` whose value is a new Popcorn instance. The Popcorn constructor requires at least one argument, which in this case is the ID "#ourvideo". This lets Popcorn know what video it will control or be controlled by. Once the `popcorn` instance is created, you'll use the "footnote" plugin to add some text to an area on the page. The footnote plugin is the simplest of all Popcorn plugins — all it does is display text on the page at specified times, synchronized to the video. In this example, the plugin will display "Pop!" from the 2 second mark to the 5 second mark in the target ID specified ("footnote").
-That's it! You've created your first Popcorn.js project! For a live example of this work [take a look here](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/index.html). We also have introduction videos for [YouTube](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/youtube.html), [Vimeo](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/vimeo.html), and how to use the [GoogleMaps plugin](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/googlemaps.html). Keep in mind, both YouTube and Vimeo need to be run from a web server.
+That's it! You've created your first Popcorn.js project! For a live example of this work [take a look here](/popcorndocs/index.html). We also have introduction videos for [YouTube](/popcorndocs/youtube.html), [Vimeo](/popcorndocs/vimeo.html), and how to use the [GoogleMaps plugin](/popcorndocs/googlemaps.html). Keep in mind, both YouTube and Vimeo need to be run from a web server.