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From Bill -Sx- Jones <sn...@mac.com>
Subject Re: relative vs absolute URL's / CPU processing overhead
Date Tue, 26 Mar 2002 14:55:13 GMT
On 3/26/02 9:07 AM, "Pete Nelson" <pete.nelson@ci.stpaul.mn.us> wrote:

> src="/images/somegif.gif">.
> 

Yep ... I said that too  :)


>>>> sneex@mac.com 03/26/02 12:31AM >>>
> On 3/25/02 9:07 PM, "Sivakatirswami" <katir@hindu.org> wrote:
> 
>> *.html page  three directory levels deep... if we use
>> 
>> <img src="http://www.mywebsite/images/somegif.gif" > vs
>> <img src="../../../images/somegif.gif">
>> 
>> do 25 instances of the former slow down serving the page vs 25
> instances of
>> the latter?
> 
> Huh?  What's wrong with just a standard:
> 
> <img src="/images/somegif.gif">
> 
> ???


Besides, the fragment given

<img src="http://www.mywebsite/images/somegif.gif" > vs
<img src="../../../images/somegif.gif">

 by the original poster, as mentioned, are not even in the same directory
locality - unless the images directory is symlinked from three directories
outside of DocRoot.


-Sx-  :]



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