Quote by: Laugh
when html articles are imported from other systems.
What do you mean by this?
Think about that you have an old geeklog web site like this:
Then you update the website from the old one to a new domain, and also it's subdomain:
Originally, your source codes are something like <img src="http://example.com/images/a.jpg" >
and now you have to modify the url for images.
You can modifiy like this:
<img src="http://newexample.com/mydomain/images/a.jpg" >
All you have to do is replace "example.com/" with "newexample.com/mydomain/"
But someone may consider the future situation and don't want to be bothered, so he/she may want to modify the original codes like this:
<img src="./images/a.jpg" >
Now all you have to do is replace "http://newexample.com/mydomain/" with "./" and this is just once.
For the latter case, if you use geeklog, preview is shown broken, so you have to change the image url to absolute path if you want to use preview .
This is what it meant.