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html cannot see any files when it is outside of root web directory

You can't navigate upside of the document webroot on clientside.

It's an security feature, which is enabled on Apache Webserver by default. It shouldn't be possible to access content of /etc/passwd (file with user password hashes on UNIX systems) by entering ../../../etc/passwd in the address bar, for example.

You can try to place the JavaScript and CSS files in another directory.

Alternatively you can try to set the DocumentRoot to /www and the DirectoryIndex to ./www/home.html. Then it is possible to navigate upside the directory index.

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