The value of
path, if set, is placed before any relative file path given. For example:
this.load.path = "images/sprites/"; this.load.image("ball", "ball.png"); this.load.image("tree", "level1/oaktree.png"); this.load.image("boom", "[http://server.com/explode.png](http://server.com/explode.png)");
Would load the
ball file from
images/sprites/ball.png and the tree from
images/sprites/level1/oaktree.png but the file
boom would load from the URL
given as it's an absolute URL.
Please note that the path is added before the filename but after the baseURL (if set.)
If you set this property directly then it must end with a "/". Alternatively, call
setPath() and it'll do it for you.