EE wrote on 10-03-18 19:26:
Richard Owlett wrote:
Put the cursor at the end of the address in the address bar and
backspace. That is the easiest way.
By a convoluted set of links, I arrived at
That page did not have the specific details I wanted, but suggested
that the next level up, <www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/>,
would be valuable. Many of the listed folders and documents will be.
I clicked on "Parent Directory" wishing a list of sister directories
of <.../packaging-manuals>. Instead I got an HTML with lots of link.
But what I want to see is the structure of the site, NOT content of
individual pages. I read about spiders but they are content oriented.
Have you tested your idea ... ?
When you pass from https://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/
and because on that directory a file named index.html is present you got
this documentation page.
I did not know if this is the OP is looking for ...
I have done that many times to get to a parent directory in a URL.
Sometimes I am forbidden to access that, but that is a different problem.
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