My apologies if this has already been discussed…
I’m converting a website which uses relative links into Radiant.
Relative links are a bit screwy in Radiant because Radiant has done away
I like this convention – that pages can have children – but browsers
still think in terms of folders. The issue is the trailing slash.
In the following example:
| |- C
| |- D
In Radiant, I can render page A in my browser with either:
This makes perfect sense since page A is both a child of root/ and the
parent of other pages.
However, if in page A I have a relative link: , the target
page depends on the address used. In the first case, I will be directed
to http://root/b because the browser thinks I’m in the root/ folder. In
the second case, I’m sent to http://root/a/b because it thinks I’m in
the root/a/ folder.
Has anyone else run into this? If so, how are you solving it? Is there
a best practice here or some Radiant tag, or is everyone just using