Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Author: Mark Gillingham Posted: 3/14/2000; 8:25:58 PM Topic: navbar issues Msg #: 15589 (In response to 5028) Prev/Next: 15588 / 15590
The reference should be a Frontier address or an http or ftp URL. (The reference also should not contain spaces -- so if it's in a guest database, use a relative address, such as mySite.myPage, rather than a full address.)
Should a reference to a different gdb than the one in which the navbar definition resides be a complete URL or a relative reference based on the gdb name? For instance, if I want to reference an outline in gdb2 from gdb1, should I use "http://mySite/gdb2/mypage" or "gdb2.mypage" as the reference?
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- Re: cross-gdb reference, Samuel Reynolds, 3/15/2000; 12:10:52 PM
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