In fact, all I've done with the macro below is to use the built-in record function, and then tweak it a little bit to meet you needs.
The directory thinking of it is totally correct and pretty much explaining everything. You are back in the stone age now or only serve static pages You have a fixed directory structure on your web server and only static files like images, html and so on — no server side scripts or whatsoever.
Besides access restrictions and so on there are two possibilities: Show the user the directory content I bet you already have seen this somewhere or show a default file in Apache it is: So far so good, this is the expected case.
Directory content is delivered - all fine. And now it is screwed. Instead of your DVD directory listing the server finds a file with that name and is delivering your Big Lebowski file.
So, you delete that file and tell the guy to reload the page. Most servers will then notice that there is a directory with that name and tell the client that what it was looking for is indeed somewhere else. The response will most likely be be: Everything worked quite good until now, but that entire thing starts to feel slower and you investigate.
One additional request - but even worse! Most likely you have a default directory index here, too: Slash or no slash are entirely different meanings.
It does it, but not because you made the right request. Omitting the slash even if you indeed mean the slashed version gives you an additional HTTP request penalty.
Which is always bad think of mobile latency and has more weight than a "pretty URL" - especially since crawlers are not as dumb as SEOs believe or want you to believe .The trailing slash seems to mitigate any concerns, allowing the page to rank in search engines and get by virus checkers.
If your URLs have no.
in the file portion, then I would recommend omitting the trailing slash for simplicity. Jul 24, · Your suggestion works, but it is much too specific.
I have seen issues like: timberdesignmag.com timberdesignmag.com timberdesignmag.com Any. I want to develop a macro where in my Excel worksheet I type a date in a specific cell, and the macro will go into a folder containing text files.
A database you could say. I want it to find the. Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two. Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs.. For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get .
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