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fixed broken link

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<div class="sponsors">
<h3>Sponsors</h3>
- <a href=//www.edelstall.de><img src="http://edelstall.de/presse/logo/EDELSTALL-bildmarke.jpg" align="right" alt="EDELSTALL Logo" width="100"></a>
+ <a href=http://www.edelstall.de><img src="http://edelstall.de/presse/logo/EDELSTALL-bildmarke.jpg" align="right" alt="EDELSTALL Logo" width="100"></a>
<a href="http://buhmann.de/"><img alt="Dr. Buhmann Schule" src="images/buhmann.jpg" width="100" align="right"/></a>
</div>

5 comments on commit b0e0be3

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PascalPrecht replied Apr 26, 2012

That link wasn't broken. It's a way to tell the browser with which protocol he should follow the link. If there's no protocol specified, he takes the protocol from the last request (primaly http). Anyways consistency is also an important thing!

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cburgdorf replied Apr 27, 2012

It didn't work for me in Chrome. He tried to open it as file://

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PascalPrecht replied Apr 27, 2012

Have you previewed it via file:// ?

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cburgdorf replied Apr 27, 2012

I just reread your text. You said, he will take the protocol from the recent request?! I worked with file:// in another tab before trying out the hannoverjs update. Does it mean he used the file:// protocol because I used that just the moment before in a different tab? If that's the case I would generally recommend to avoid using this craziness ;-)

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PascalPrecht replied Apr 27, 2012

That's a good point. But generally, you'll view websites via http. So in production, it should always work.

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