Currently, my HTML uses absolute file paths because I can not seem to get the hang of relative file paths. For instance, on my Contact page, I use absolute file paths for all of the images, which looks like this:
How do I make a relative file path that is a bit more manageable. I know that you can do things like
../images/, but I am a bit confused on which one I should use, because I tried them all and none of them seem to work. In my CSS, I can use relative file paths just fine:
But it does not seem to be that easy in HTML. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
`src=”/image.jpg”` == the root folder of the website
`src=”image.jpg”` == same folder as current page
`src=”../image.jpg”` == one folder up from current page
`src=”../../image.jpg”` == two folders up from current page, etc
In your first example, you could do two different things:
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