I guess the title just about says it all. And yes, .\, not that obsolete \. thing. :) For those who don't know, .\ is a shorthand way of saying "this computer"*see "footnote" in Windows at a logon ...
Is there a defined rule when to use underneath and when to use above when describing a child directory? I have encountered (and used) both: Make sure the config file is stored above the web root. ...