Windows and Linux use different syntax for their file structures. Windows uses a backward slash \ to designate child directories and Linux uses a forward slash / for child directories. It seems to me that the relative file path, in an anchor element for example, will similarly have a different format, depending upon whether the file is hosted in a Linux or Windows environment.
An example might be:
My question - does the browser automatically process either format? or does the developer need to adapt the code depending on the host OS?