Note also that all other kinds of links I mentioned earlier also work:
But a problem is that a cross site unversioned link also works, though it shouldn’t have in order to follow perpetual web requirements.
For example with the following index.html file in files container pointed to by safe://test2 NRS map:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> ... </head> <body> <h1>My simple safe site</h1> <h2>Relative link</h2> <img src="img/safe_logo_blue.svg"> <h2>Absolute link</h2> <img src="/img/safe_logo_blue.svg"> <h2>Versioned safe link</h2> <img src="safe://test/img/safe_logo_blue.svg?v=1"> <h2>Unversioned safe link</h2> <img src="safe://test/img/safe_logo_blue.svg"> </body> </html>
The 4 images are displayed correctly. This is OK for the first 3 links, but the last one shouldn’t have been displayed because this version of safe://test2 will appear differently by issuing a new version of safe://test with a new safe_logo_blue.svg image.
Of course, a web site is allowed to evolve but the problem here is that it is modified without changing its version (I mean version of safe://test2 NRS map).