Why relative URLs should be forbidden for web developers

17 August 2012 by Joost de Valk - 60 Comments

Many web developers still use relative urls in their CMS. A relative url is a url that is not complete. Usually it’s just the last part (the path) of a url, which means the domain name is left out. It’s often used by web developers, because it comes in handy when moving content from a test or »

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