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What is a web root?
  Requested and Answered by Carnuke on 2004/10/30 17:16:52     8099  reads 
The top (or bottom depending upon how you look at it) of the directory hierarchy in the filesystem. All directories and files branch off of the root directory. The root directory is specified with a path of just the slash: /

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