I would assume you could use ./folder/file.html
Thank you for the quick reply.
I tried modifing the get url command:
but it does not work. I am sure my syntax is off.
If it's in the same directory, try:
As per your suggestion, I tried:
but that did not seem to work.
it tried a different page and that worked fine.
How would you get it to work if it wasn't in the same directory?
For example: My root folder holds my index.html, as well as a published Edge folder. How do I get Edge to look outside it's published web folder for index.html?
You can back up the URL chain of the url by using "../" (no quotes). So
would open the ooo.html file one level up from the current file. You can also go top down if you know the url of where the file is. So: