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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS Adding a New Web Page Linking It All Up

Dylan Davenport
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Dylan Davenport
Courses Plus Student 2,645 Points

Adding file from another directory using absolute path?

How do I go about adding an HTML document to link up if it is NOT in the same directory as the main page?? I have tried using the absolute path and got a 404 error. I also added the resume.hmtl file to the same directory and i still get the 404 error. Any thoughts? Thanks :D

Dylan Davenport
Dylan Davenport
Courses Plus Student 2,645 Points

Never mind I figured out the problem. Since I was in workspaces (which apparently operates on it's own server and in it's on world) the file was not seen as actually in workspaces even though I added it to the same directory. All I had to do was drag and drop the resume.hmtl file into workspaces and that fixed it.

Good find! Thanks for telling us how you solved it.

1 Answer

relative path can be added by using PHP. First find root directory then add absolute path using . operator. Try to search on resources.