Does anyone know if there is any problem with using a ":" within a http URL, for the *target* part of the path.
as such, the URL doesn't have any relation to physical disk paths.
I have the above working on a server, and browsers I've tested do not seem to have any problem with the URL, but I'm wondering more at large, if there are issues with it, in general.
It will be used from within applications (java, .net, php & rebol) much more than from users manually using it within a browser bar.
rebol doesn't url encode the character, so it seems like its a valid character, but I don't want to assume, if some standard toolset doesn't like the color in the target.