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I have a html file in the style library which I am loading onto a content editor webpart using content link

Currently i have used,

/sites/sitename/style library/html/file.htm

But here the sitename is hard coded, and it will not work when exported to other site collections.

I also thought about using

../style library/html/file.htm

But this might not work for pages in subsites or pages hosted in sub folders in a document library

Is there a more generic way to point to style library of site collection?

something like ~sitecollection

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JSLink URLs and Tokens

When you are constructing your JSLink URL there are a number of tokens you can take advantage of:

  1. ~site – reference to the current SharePoint site (or “Web”)
  2. ~sitecollection – reference to the current SharePoint site collection (or “Site”)
  3. ~layouts – version specific reference to the web application Layouts folder (so it will automatically swap out /_layouts/14 or /_layouts/15 for you)
  4. ~sitecollectionlayouts – reference to the layouts folder in the current site collection (e.g. /sites/team/_layouts/15)
  5. ~sitelayouts – reference to the layouts folder in the current site (e.g. /sites/teams/subsite/_layouts/15)

Overview, URL Tokens and Applying JSLink to objects

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