From: Chris Nandor <pudge@po...> - 2001-03-14 12:46:20
At 21:39 -0800 2001.03.13, CertIndex.com Webmaster wrote:
>absolutedir and rootdir NAME's have the same description.
No, they do not. At least, not in my data.
'absolutedir','http://www.example.com','Absolute base URL of site'
'rootdir', '//www.example.com', 'Base URL of site'
>Is this an
>oversight? If not, what is the difference between the two?
I think it is kinda obvious. One has the protocol, and one doesn't. I
suppose I should add a little more. Consider these:
'absolutedir','Absolute base URL of site; used for creating links external
'rootdir','Base URL of site; used for creating links on site itself, as
protocol is not specified'
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From: Patrick Galbraith <capttofu@sl...> - 2001-03-14 12:43:50
"CertIndex.com Webmaster" wrote:
> absolutedir and rootdir NAME's have the same description. Is this an
> oversight? If not, what is the difference between the two?
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'absolutedir' contains the http protocol and the base URL, whereas
'rootdir' contains the base url, but not the protocol, in the case you
might want https as opposed to http.