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In webspeed we have som code that Points to

/mycss/testcss.css

Where to I Place the css within PASOE ? I have tried static without any Luck.

//Geir Otto

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  • Static wlshould work.

    You need to reference it with /static though

    Whats your issue?

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    In webspeed we have som code that Points to

    /mycss/testcss.css

    Where to I Place the css within PASOE ? I have tried static without any Luck.

    //Geir Otto

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  • knowledgebase.progress.com/.../Is-there-a-relative-path-for-static-resources-in-PASOE

  • Static wlshould work.

    You need to reference it with /static though

    Whats your issue?

    Sent from Nine

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    goo

    In webspeed we have som code that Points to

    /mycss/testcss.css

    Where to I Place the css within PASOE ? I have tried static without any Luck.

    //Geir Otto

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  • If I look at the result of the webspeed code (looking at the html code from browser),

    link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/mypage/test.css">

    How can I implement /mypage/test.css without having to change the code?

  • Ok, thanks Mike, I will fix the code so that it References the /static/ instead. That seems to work :-)