Re: [dev] [sw] Suckless web-framework

From: anonymous <>
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 18:36:15 +0400

On Wed, Apr 07, 2010 at 10:23:46AM -0400, Kurt H Maier wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 10:05 AM, anonymous <> wrote:
> > If "back" moves you to upper level, it is not same as above, it require
> > only 1 click.  If "back" moves you to previous page in your history,
> > 1 click too.
> Right, back should act like cd -

It already act like this in most browsers.

> > Adding links to main page in every document is like adding symlink
> > to root/home directory in every directory of your filesystem.  Almost
> > nobody do it, why should we add these links in case of Web?
> Nobody makes those symlinks because that functionality is handled by
> cd. 'cd' for $HOME, 'cd /' for root.
> There's no 'cd /' on the web. It has to be implemented by a link to
> the main page. Since almost every website has an identification
> string on it, it hurts nothing to make it link to the main page.

In case of "modern" websites (based on werc for example) some
directory like /usr/share/doc/slrn/ also contains links to
/usr/share/doc/, /usr/share/ and /usr/.
Received on Wed Apr 07 2010 - 14:36:15 UTC

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