Normally all relative url’s are processed by the rendering engine and changed to a www.myshop-resources.com url, in order to speed up loading (using multiple servers to enable more simultaneous connections).
Use this setting to keep the rendering engine from changing relative urls in your document, when you use sources on your own webspace within the same domain as your shop.
Specific relative paths can be set to control which locations are processed and which not.
Example use for single relative path:
<meta name="myshop-settings-keep-relative" content="/images/"/>
In this example any url that starts with ‘/images/’ is not translated to the default www.resources-myshop.com url.
Example use for mutiple relative paths:
<meta name="myshop-settings-keep-relative" content="/images/;/css/;/js/"/>
In this example mutiple relative urls are defined, delimited with a semicolon (;).
Url’s starting with ‘/images/’, ‘/css/’, ‘/js/’ are not translated.