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- Jeff Thies
April 1, 2004, 1:41 pm
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At some point (during a secure order) the user is redirected to a secure
server (different domain) using the same template.
Now, I want the links to point back to the old insecure domain. I could
use a base href to do that (links are all / relative, ie: /info.html) but
then the images (also root referenced) would be drawn from the insecure
domain and there might be a security warning.
Is there a way to use base href over just part of the page?
Is there another way out, or do I have to write full paths?
Re: base href question
No. The base element is allowed in the head part only, so it inevitably
applies to the entire page, and only one base element is allowed.
Not in HTML.
Maybe you could use a preprocessor, but that's external to HTML.
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