Absolute paths

Absolute paths

Absolute paths provide the complete URL of the linked document, including the protocol to use (usually http:// for web pages). For example, http://www.macromedia.com/support/dreamweaver/contents.html is an absolute path.

You must use an absolute path to link to a document on another server. While you can also use absolute-path links for local links (to documents in the same site), that approach is discouraged--if you move the site to another domain, all of your local absolute-path links will break. Using relative paths for local links also provides greater flexibility if you need to move files within your site.



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