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Code Example 1
/*Typical link CSS code: */ <link rel="stylesheet" href="myStyles.css" type="text/css" /> /* Absolute: The browser will always interpret / as the root of the hostname. For example, if my site was http://google.com/ and I specified /css/images.css then it would search for that at http://google.com/css/images.css. If your project root was actually at /myproject/ it would not find the css file. Therefore, you need to determine where your project folder root is relative to the hostname, and specify that in your href notation. Relative: If you want to reference something you know is in the same path on the url - that is, if it is in the same folder, for example http://mysite.com/myUrlPath/index.html and http://mysite.com/myUrlPath/css/style.css, and you know that it will always be this way, you can go against convention and specify a relative path by not putting a leading / in front of your path, for example, css/style.css. Filesystem Notations: Additionally, you can use standard filesystem notations like ... If you do http://google.com/images/../images/../images/myImage.png it would be the same as http://google.com/images/myImage.png. If you want to reference something that is one directory up from your file, use ../myFile.css. */
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