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Old 04-25-12, 09:38
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Hey Guys,
I have two projects in my html class.
How could I hyperlink one project to the other? Like connecting pages if it were an actual website. Could I just use my <a ref> tag and put the file in instead of a url>
Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 04-25-12, 11:06
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I assume you should use the URL. I'm not quite sure what you're looking for - just a hyperlink or an iframe?

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I assume you should use the URL. I'm not quite sure what you're looking for - just a hyperlink or an iframe?

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Thank you,
It seems that I would use an inframe.
I'll try that.
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When I read your 1st post again I guess you also could be interested in relative and absolute URLs.

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Putting the file in instead of the url should work just fine.
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If the file is in the same remote directory it will work. That is a relative URL in this case because relative to the current location you don't need the domain name and path .

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Thanks guys, That's what I needed to do.
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