Making a link to a different port
- From: Ryan Garnier <nomail@xxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 13:13:25 +0100
Maybe this is not the correct newsgroup for this question, but I didn't
find another suitable one:
I have Apache webserver, and In a webpage I have to make a link to
another port in my PC (not the one configured to the webserver). I don't
know how to create it:
<a href="localhost:8888/.../file"></a> doesn't work
Thanks in advance
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