Thread: Include file woes!
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09-18-2003, 08:27 PM #16
With the includes - you have to use absolute hyperlinks.
For example, if you have a nav.asp in your root folder with something like:
But when you insert this into a sub-folder, the default.asp does not automatically become ../default.asp
09-18-2003, 08:47 PM #17
rule of thumb for JS and the search engines, if the JS contains the actual url the SE will probably get it. The js must be included in the page itself, google has been pulling external JS as of late but have not yet shown any evidence of actually parsing the script.