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- Bill Burke
September 11, 2005, 8:24 pm
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On my (new and under construction) personal WEB site there's an instance of a
"calling page" (in the root of my site) calling a page two directories deep - so
far so good. How do I get back to the root of my site via a hyperlink? I've
tried ../ and // and any number of other combinatins. I'd hate use the site's
home page url - but will if I have to.
All suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Re: Changing directories
To go back to the root directory, from any directory within the site,
you can use "/mypage.html", alternatively you can use "../" for *each*
level deeper than the root you are, eg. "../../mypage.html" will take
you two directories up.
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