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I used ( ../)

Hello ,

I just used (../) instead of (/) in each link and its working ! so how is that ? I got confused .

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

Two periods ("../" or just "..") normally refer to the parent directory of the current one. But if you're already at the root ("/"), it has no parent. So only at the root the two periods refer to the current directory.

So in this particular situation, "../" and just "/" both reference the same thing.

Thank you appreciated your reply !