Mon Nov 14 15:47:09 NZDT 2005
Thanks for the feedback.
In reply to your question regarding the vistor's harddrive, I mean the network
to which we (ie the company Lan) are all connected to.
Regarding the forward slashes, what do you put when you are in a Microsoft
network that uses backward slashes? Is there any convention on how to handle
I am going to try enabling embedding HTML into the Wikipages. But was rather
hoping for a simpler solution as the whole idea of a Wiki in part is to
provide easy editing access to visitors to the site.
Cheers and thanks for the feedback,
On Monday 14 November 2005 12:45, A. Pagaltzis wrote:
> * Chris O'Halloran <chris.ohalloran@m...> [2005-11-12 00:10]:
> > I can link to documents I put on the webserver easily enough but what
> > about
> > P:\Library\Electrical\Transpower\Standards\ABC.pdf
> You mean you actually want to the file on the visitor's
> In that case you need to allow file: links – not sure how you do
> that, but it’s possible. Then you would write something like:
> [ABC spec | file://P:/Library/Electrical/Transpower/Standards/ABC.pdf]
> (Note the forward slashes.)
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