Message-Id: <199704110727.DAA25335@unix.asb.com> From: "Robert Rothenburg 'Walking-Owl'" <WlkngOwl@unix.asb.com> To: Steven Champeon <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 03:27:19 +0000 Subject: Re: WHICH HTML-CODE is better to use? CC: email@example.com On 10 Apr 97 at 10:58, Steven Champeon wrote: [..] > <a href="http://www.charliesangels.com/directory">Charlie's > directory</a> > > If /directory contains a default file, such as "index.html", most > servers will send back a 302 with the appropriate URL: > > Location: http://www.charliesangels.com/directory/index.html > > <a href="http://www.charliesangels.com/directory/">Charlie's > directory</a> > > The markup above will actually retrieve the file itself, instead of > generating a 302. All because of a trailing slash. > > The above is true for Apache, and I would guess for NCSA httpd as > well. Anyone want to confirm it for me? I think NCSA will not bother with the 302 and just automatically return the default when given a URL like http://www.site/directory Rob ----- "The word to kill ain't dirty | Robert Rothenburg (WlkngOwl@unix.asb.com) I used it in the last line | http://www.asb.com/usr/wlkngowl/ but use a short word for lovin' | Se habla PGP: Reply with the subject and dad you wind up doin' time." | 'send pgp-key' for my public key.