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html link help

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by jack// ani, Apr 27, 2006.

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  1. jack// ani

    jack// ani New Member

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    hi all,

    i've downloaded some files from the links in html file....now that I've downloaded those file, i want to edit those link to point the location in the hard drive!! i know its easy....i'll open the html in notepad and change the url, but I want to open the file in the default directory, so that even if i change the location of the files, the link remain intact???

    thax
     
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    Whats do u mean by default directory , Is it the directory u place ur HTML files .
    Does providing absolute path names solve that .
    Please make that more clearer .
     
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    hi sknowonweb,

    ya...you got it right!! By default directory i mean to say the directory in which I place HTML file and other downloaded files!! sorry for that confusion....

    what is absolute path name??

    thax
     
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    That is
    <<<, a href = "koli.jpg"> means a relative path
    <a href="D:\asp\powe.htm"> means a absolute path
    by this a source html file can be anywhere but only works on ur comp.
    relative path works on any computer as all files are almost in same directory
     
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