Web Forms :: How To Give Absolute Path That Working With Virtual Directory And Localhost

Nov 9, 2010

How to give absolute path, that working with virtual directory and localhost

/Image/Icon.jpg - it is working well with localhost
/Image/Icon.jpg - It is not working on Virtual directory

I want absolute path solution which is working on both virtual and localhost directory

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