Published on November 14, 2016 by Quentin Watt

This tutorial is about file paths. You’ll learn how to determine the correct relative file path, and how to use absolute file paths.

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24 Comments on "HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 9 – File paths"

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Erin Andrew
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Erin Andrew
11 days 19 hours ago

Great teacher

Sladjana Dragic
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Sladjana Dragic
18 days 1 hour ago

Can you help me please,I have problem with "Go back to the root directory" tip,it wont work at me and I have a MAMP,can you tell me what can be a problem,can it be if MySQL server doesnt work sometimes,but Apache is on all the time.I hope you can understand.Thanks

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tithyyyy
23 days 14 hours ago

I created a new folder and placed all the images in them, but when i save my html file and refresh my page, the image still pops up. Is this a new update or am I doing something wrong?

debasis pramanik
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debasis pramanik
28 days 17 hours ago

awesome mate

Straight out of a valve
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Straight out of a valve
1 month 13 hours ago

Are you Swedish?

John
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John
22 days 11 hours ago

My guess is South African

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Quentin Watt Tutorials
29 days 18 hours ago

nope.. 😀

OmegaByte
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OmegaByte
1 month 11 days ago

TY for all the tutorials!

bhargavi pariveda
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bhargavi pariveda
4 months 30 days ago

new videos are with more onformation , but old videos are simple and good to understand easily I think, thanks for new videos

mehran m
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mehran m
5 months 2 days ago

this video was very complicated , I think

Alex
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Alex
3 months 10 days ago

True, often mistakes can be fixed just by checking file paths.

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Quentin Watt Tutorials
5 months 1 day ago

It's an essential concept that you have to understand or you won't be able to link to files in future. Many people who go wrong in my "images", "videos", and "audio" tutorials always fail with this concept and that's where their mistakes are.

Damnuel Coleman West
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Damnuel Coleman West
5 months 5 days ago

500 views because he's basically reviewing a lot of information lots know

Damnuel Coleman West
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Damnuel Coleman West
3 months 10 days ago

Alex A refresher is never a bad idea. that's why I'm hopped into this series

Alex
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Alex
3 months 10 days ago

I kinda needed a review.

Jonathan Shnayder
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Jonathan Shnayder
5 months 8 days ago

Great

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