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The resource links in a new designer (generated by thunder) look like this
<sitefinity:ResourceLinks ID="resourcesLinks" runat="server">
<sitefinity:ResourceFile Name="Styles/Ajax.css" />
<sitefinity:ResourceFile Name="Styles/jQuery/jquery.ui.core.css" />
<sitefinity:ResourceFile Name="Styles/jQuery/jquery.ui.dialog.css" />
<sitefinity:ResourceFile Name="Styles/jQuery/jquery.ui.theme.sitefinity.css" />
Now I'm getting a ton of error log errors looking for these files, usually under the themes folder...related? Are these relative or pulled from from the resources assembly?
Actually this problem exists in Sitefinity, thunder just inherits the bug. If you go to backend page edit the files 404 as well. (turn stylesheet combining off for a minute and you'll see it)
Had a support ticket open this week and quote
"You are correct. I have been testing it more and the files that are 404ing are found in the Telerik.Sitefinity.Resources by default. I will pass this along to the QAs so they can investigate it further and log it as a bug."
So for the time being, they won't be pulled from the resources but we need to manually include them in the styles folder.
What about ajax.css?
It's not a 404 on any of the default widget/page editing, but Steve's right that it gets included when creating a new designer. Should it be Telerik.Sitefinity.Resources.Themes.Default.Styles.Ajax.css?
I was not able to find these in the SDK anywhere. Did you extract them with JustDecompile?
Edit: That went faster than I thought. I went ahead and extracted them for now and that does take care of the 404's.
Glad I found this post, I was about to pull my hair out trying to determine what I changed in my template....which was nothing ;P
You can also load them from the Telerik.Sitefinity.Resources.dll
Yes, this is the path to the file.
We are getting the same errors in our error logs after upgrading to 5.4. Is there a fix or do we have to add the code posted by Atanas?
If so, where do you add that code?
If you are getting the error from your theme, you can add the attached files to the appropriate folder and it will resolve the error.
The provided code can be used on the master page.