Thodoris a écrit :
Here's a question related to my last post. When specifying a link in a
HTML file (like to the css or an image file), there are two ways of
doing it. One is to simply include the relative path to the file
(relative to the doc root), like:
Or you can include the full URL, like:
My casual observation seems to indicate that the former will load faster
than the latter. But has anyone done any benchmarking on it?
I am not aware if absolute URLs are faster or not (in case they are
there will be such a small difference you cannot probably notice) but
IMHO it is a bad practice to use full URLs.
Basically because renaming directories or scripts will cause great pain
in the ass.
Of course resources that are coming outside your own site are needed to
use absolute URLs and nobody is assuming that are useless.
In my opinion, the best use is to include your file with relative urls,
<img src="/path/to/img.jpg" />
for "client side files" (file from browsers.
For includes serverside, i usually use $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] "root
path" for inclusion, like :
require_once($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/../init/init.base.inc');
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