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Posted on 1998-09-14
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Can I access a file with spaces in it?
ie.
<A HREF="myhtml file.html">myhtml file.html</A>
this code didn't work for me.  I am assume that I need some kind of a substitute marker for the space.  Is there one?  Or is HTML just unable to create links to html file names with spaces?
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<A HREF="myhtml%20file.html">myhtml file.html</A>

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BTW, even though it's possible I wouldn't recommend using spaces if not absolutely necessary (is it ever?). I'd prefer an underscore or a dot.

Martin
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Thanks a bunch.
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