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Relative or Absolute URLs

For online editor, the issue of paths has always been a difficult problem. Almost all the content links made by the online editors in the market are full absolute URLs with domain name, such as http://www.xxx.com/xxx/xxx.gif. eWebEditor solves the problem successfully. All you have to do is simply to choose one from relative URL, absolute root URL and full absolute URL. Thus you can be totally released from the path problem caused by transferring of sites, systems or directories.

Explanation of this example:

1. Relative URL: It refers to URLs of all uploaded or auto-inserted files which are all presented in the form of "UploadFile/..." or "../UploadFile/..." after being edited.

2. Absolute root URL: It refers to URLs of all uploaded or auto-inserted files which are all presented in the form of "/eWebEditor/UploadFile/..." after being edited.

3. Absolute full URL: It refers to URLs of all uploaded or auto-inserted files which are all presented in the form of "http://xxx.xxx.xxx/eWebEditor/UploadFile/..." after being edited.

4. Remark explanation: You can click on "insert or modify image" button in this example's three editing areas and upload the same image, then go to "code mode" and compare to each other the image URLs. Then you will understand the differences among these three paths.


Relative URL:

Absolute Root URL:

Absolute Full URL:

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