var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
What is the ~ for in directories?
I have come across some stuff on the internet that has a file structure looking like this:
What does the ~ stand for? Is it something to do with a linux directory structure?
~ typically means that whatever follows is going to be a username
cp asdf.txt ~/ would copy asdf.txt to your home directory
ls ~bob would list the contents of bob's home directory.
If you find directories NAMED with ~'s then either someone configured it in an odd way, or someone has made those directories in an attempt to prevent you from accessing them.
If you're browsing a site that is like "http://site.tld/~name/index.html" its mod_userdir turned on in apache, which if is on will let you use ~yourusername as a way to access your site.