How to make the link unrelated to the absolute address.

Originally, I am using the exactly link, such as
http://www.aaa.com/index_files/cs.htm

But now I am changing the domain to www.bbb.com.
May I make the link on the page not related to the domain address.
Thanks, I am using sharepoint
turbot_yuAsked:
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gamebitsCommented:
Yes, make it relative instead of absolute

<a href="index_files/cs.htm">CS</a>

as far as you have the folder index_files it would work.
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MacroLandCommented:
addition to gamebits,

<a href="/index_files.htm">CS</a>  here / sign shows the root of the directory of your site if you are using relative URL's.

Guess you are in the folder b which is in the folder a, and you want to refer to a.html in the folder a.

<a href=".../a.html">a link</a>

if the folder a is immediately under root directory of your site

<a href="/a/a.html">a link</a> will also work

if you are referring to a file in the same folder

<a href="insamefolder.html">in the same folder</a>

Regards,
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turbot_yuAuthor Commented:
I am using ms sharepoing, should I type below inside the blank.
.../a.html
/a/a.html
insamefolder.html
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MacroLandCommented:
>>I am using ms sharepoing, should I type below inside the blank.

I have not used sharepoing however this are HTML references which should be valid in any editor or language.

Regards,
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