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Simple HTML and CSS - Naming files and directories
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Simple HTML and CSS Naming files and directories I always put ".htm" at the end of the filenames, a legacy from the MSDOS era. ".html" is allowed, but ".htm" works just as well, so why bother? To delimit folder names (directory names), always use slashes (/), never backslashes (\). Backslashes are a Windows thing, but Internet existed long before Windows was even invented. Most web servers also use Unix (Linux, Free BSD , etc.), and in a Unix system folders are delimited by slashes (/). Browsers written for Windows can also handle slashes quite well. ...
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