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authorVladimir Glazunov <vg@openoffice.org>2010-03-31 12:42:44 +0200
committerVladimir Glazunov <vg@openoffice.org>2010-03-31 12:42:44 +0200
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<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3159158" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="49">An absolute path such as "C:\homepage\graphics\picture.gif" would no longer function on the provider server. Neither a server nor the computer of a reader needs to have a C hard drive: operating systems such as Unix or MacOS do not recognize drive letters, and even if the folder homepage\graphics existed, your picture would not be available. It is better to use relative addressing for file links.</paragraph>
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-<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3154046" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="50">A link to a web page, for example, "www.sun.com" or "www.myprovider.com/mypage/index.html" is an absolute link.</paragraph>
+<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3154046" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="50">A link to a web page, for example, "www.example.com" or "www.myprovider.com/mypage/index.html" is an absolute link.</paragraph>
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<paragraph role="listitem" id="par_id3155450" xml-lang="en-US" l10n="U" oldref="51">$[officename] also reacts differently, depending on whether the file referred to in the link exists, and where it is located. $[officename] checks every new link and sets a target and protocol automatically. The result can be seen in the generated HTML code after saving the source document.</paragraph>