[BNM] Embarrassingly dumb html path question
Fri Mar 14 15:55:00 2003
> I'm fairly sure it's taken care of by the browser (as is
> "../" for that matter). No need for any special server configuration.
Just to confirm this... the HTML spec requires browsers to resolve relative URIs in accordance with RFC 1808. See http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1808.txt if you want more detail on how this works than you probably ever thought was possible.
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