The W3C Link Checker returns three URLs as 404's (Not Found). Yet modern 
browsers (Mozilla, IE5, IE6, Opera, etc.) find them just fine. What's up?

In the source these are relative URLs which, when appended to the base 
URL, invoke a process on the server that returns a page. The pages 
themselves are dynamically constructed. I would have thought that all of 
this is transparent to a client.

Thanks in advance for any insight you have.

Chip Morris
Ariel Partners LLC

Received on Friday, 3 January 2003 13:11:22 UTC