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Link to another drive doesn't work in netscape?

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<a href="\e\html\ewtoc.html">

how can I make this linkto another drive on my web server work in netscape?
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Question by:bassque
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by:chewymon
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Maybe

<a href="e:\html\ewtoc.html">

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by:bassque
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no I had it right
come to find out nutscrape doesn't like spaces in directories
garbage
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by:firelights
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is it what u want? if not, pls tell me.

here it is
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<a href="file:///E|/work/soft/Internet/z_temp/new_bak.html">content 1</a>


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Netscape is right on this, spaces in URLs are not allowed.  If you want a link to a directory that has a name with spaces in it, you have to encode the spaces with %20, e.g:

<a href="e:\my%20directory\newtoc.html">

to access "my directory".
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