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In Part 5 of index.php, there are references
to "ABSOLUTE URLs from the server root"
I would have called these REALATIVE URLs (from the
server root), myself!
Absolute urls begin with http://
Confused me anyway :-)
Geoffrey T. Dairiki
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I think the "absolute" is there to distinguish them from
URLS which are expressed relative to the current URL.
I think we agree that 'images/png.png' is a 'relative' UR,
and that 'http://path.to.your/wiki/images/png.png' is an
'absolute ' URL.
Is there a better name for URLs such as
'/wiki/images/png.png' which include the complete path from
the server root.
I guess you're right. They are really relative URLs too.
In any case, I would think that the example defines
(commented out) would be enough to avoid too much confusion.
I'll go s/absolute/relative/ now, anyway.
-Jeff (who is apparently in a talkative mood this Friday.)