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Re: Side-effects of the Server Move

by gmax (Abbot)
on Jan 31, 2002 at 07:25 UTC ( #142384=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Side-effects of the Server Move

I notice one small difference, which was confusing me when writing a reference to a node.
Previously, we had our addresses as
Now, the addresses look like
I have to be careful when I want to quote a node.

Just to clarify. When I quote a node, I always use the [id://xxxx] notation. I wanted to say that the addresses I look at to get such number are changed. It's just a visual change for the human reader. My browser is happy enough :)

BTW, this post was entered as a comment to Side-effects of the Server Move and it came out unespectedly as root node. Root in which section? Couldn't find out.

update 7-May-2002 (!) At last, now the node is under the right parent. Thanks, kudra.
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Re: Re: Side-effects of the Server Move
by dws (Chancellor) on Jan 31, 2002 at 17:30 UTC
    If you're going to quote a node, use   [id://xxxxx] or   [id://xxxxx|blah] instead of

    In any event, the order of parameters in a URL isn't significant unless the CGI has hand-rolled their processing (i.e., they have used

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