Always Use Relative Paths

Always Use Relative Paths

No matter what language you are developing in, or whether you are developing programs or Web pages, never hard code paths to files that include drive letter distinctions (i.e. N:Images). Always use relative paths (..images), or universal naming conventions (UNCs – \imageserverfoo). Also, if possible, don’t use paths at all, but rather declare the path once as a constant, and use the constant instead.

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