Adding flexibility to your server structure using symlinks

A symbolic link, commonly called a symlink, is a file that contains the absolute or relative path to another file or directory on your server. You can use symlinks to help streamline your server maintenance and Drupal file structures. Your server and Drupal site read and write to the symlink’s target files or directories directly, as though they were present in the symlink’s location.

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