Re: Debian WWW standards version 2.1
Fabrizio Polacco <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Bruce Perens wrote:
> > | 3. No text, and deleting the two slashes before <hostname>,
> > | as in the form "http:/debian/foo.html".
> and later
> > | For example a URL to another file in the same
> > | directory tree can be of the form "http:../dwww/foo.html",
> > | and a URL to another file in a different directory tree can be
> > | of the form "http:/debian/ROM.documents/foo.html".
> How should these URLs work?
> I wasn't able to use this type with lynx nor Netscape (using for example
> http:/dwww/dwww.html while http://localhost/dwww/dwww.html works.
> > |it may be possible to leave the protocol portion "http:" out of URLs.
> I don't understand. URLs are not valid without a protocol.
> Maybe you are talking of Anchors?
> "to leave the protocol portion "http:" out of HREF attribute in Anchors"
These are all relative URLs you cannot specify them on the command
line because they have to be relative to something.
See rfc1808 for details.
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