[Coco] Gene, heads up again, I cannot access your site.
lothan at newsguy.com
Mon Aug 22 08:22:54 EDT 2011
Have you tried using relative URLs instead of fully-qualified URLs? Using a
relative URL like <img src="/gene/pix/EasterSundayCropped2004-1.jpg" /> or
<a href="/gene/Genes-os9-stf">...</a> lets the browser figure out the
fully-qualified URL based on the URL used to access the site so links
continue to work regardless of the mechanism used to access the site.
Using fully-qualified URLs for internal links isn't generally a good idea
anyway because it makes the site more difficult to maintain if the
fully-qualified URL changes for any reason.
From: gene heskett
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2011 12:20 AM
To: coco at maltedmedia.com
Subject: Re: [Coco] Gene, heads up again, I cannot access your site.
On Monday, August 22, 2011 12:04:33 AM Stephen H. Fischer did opine:
Ok, does anyone know if I could set an environment var to that address, and
then us it in the pages scripts, replacing the hard coded
gene.homelinux.net string in the scripts with the env var's name?
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