I want to know about how the relative path works like ../ or ./


#1

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While I am taking a course for CSS,

I found path (…/fonts/Glegoo-Regular.ttf)

Well As I don’t know what …/ stands for, so I just used the hint without knowing what it actually means.

Also I saw some lines like this ‘./’ .

I know it’s related with file path, yet Still getting confused. I even try to google it, but not shown on search bar.


#2

./
is the same directory;

../
is the directory that contains this directory (the parent)

Deduce from this what subsequent levels will be.


#3

Thanks! So the dot acts as jump to previous directory.


#4

When its a double dot, yes. A single dot is the current directory.