This is a pretty basic question 😀
I have an HTML at localhost/book which has a form,
<form action="d" method="get"> <input name="q" placeholder="Book name"></br> <button type="submit">Search</button> </form>
The d action meant to be relative to current URL, which localhost/book, right?
, so clicking Search should go like
But instead, it goes like
How do I make it goes to
This is a URL-Issue: Because your current URL is lacking a trailing slash (/) the last part of the URL is not treated as a folder but a "file" instead. So if you submit the form it will go on level up in your case.
One solution would be to add a trailing slash in the URL. This could be done by rewrite on web-server level. Or you could change the link, but in that case you are never safe if the visitor is typing a slash or not.
The safer solution would be not to use a relative URL in the action of the form.
Answered By – Teckstudio
Answer Checked By – Marie Seifert (AngularFixing Admin)