MAMP pro has a GUI for adding virtualhosts, that also handles the hosts file. background-image:url(/images/pic.jpg); ...does not work. This is the opposite of what you're showing. Log in or register to post comments --- cfox612 commented June 5, 2013 at 12:08pm Leading with a forward slash ALWAYS goes back to the server root. http://pagesetter.net/relative-path/asp-net-relative-path.html
Browse other questions tagged php css apache path relative or ask your own question. However, when he moved his site from localhost to the test web server, all the paths broke! Not the answer you're looking for? However, it's still not portable because when I move the site from192.168.0.5/drupal7/ towww.example.com/ All of the references to /drupal7/sites/...
CSS background-image?1632How do I give text or an image a transparent background using CSS?3341How to disable text selection highlighting using CSS?379Using relative URL in CSS file, what location is it relative Retrieved 15 June 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Path_(computing) "Uniform resource locator." (n.d.). In D6, when a file was pointed to with '/sites/default/...' D6 accessed the file by automatically appending the root, eg website.com/root-folder. Log in or register to post comments You should be using the Jaypan commented May 27, 2013 at 1:42am You should be using the following:
I personally use the third method. By omitting the leading slash, you are saying the file resides in the folder path sites/default/files/FOO within the current directory. thats it! Jquery if i change the forward slash to backslash, the path is correct but it still fails to include the file..
Can someone see around an illusion using their Familiar Sight or similar effects? With the code you've posted, there doesn't seem to be anything wrong, so it should work, which means there's something else going wrong other than your path. –cincodenada Aug 12 '10 if you have got your files in a subfolder than the path would be /yourfoldername/css/style.css Tunde Adegoroye 17,078 Points Tunde Adegoroye Tunde Adegoroye 17,078 Points >2y ago I just answered my Why the switch from "ihr" to "Sie" in the following speech from Band of Brothers?
I shall keep investigating but any help much appreciated. Obviously not a good practice, I may be moving the site to another folder in future. It makes you code easier to read long term. –PolarisUser Sep 16 '15 at 12:58 It didn't fix it.... Using relative syntax, we'd add a link element to the head like this: .
In D6, an already uploaded image can be referenced with a URL beginning '/sites/default/...'. Angela Poire Very helpful. Css Relative Path Log in or register to post comments That is why Jaypan's answer nevets commented May 28, 2013 at 1:07am That is why Jaypan's answer is the better approach as it is Html Relative Path Why is this something developers should care about?
Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & Meetups How do you write a letter of recommendation for someone who got an A in your class, but who you've never talked to outside of class? Absolute paths are a bit simpler, so we'll start with them. Check This Out If you wanted to add the header.png image to /index.html using a relative path, it could look like this: .
So far everything is OK. Using /files/index.html, let's create a link to the example.pdf: . there's three types of urls not two.
by combining files or html in locations such as a div which exists on another page.
Make me a hexagon! Is the image in the same directory as the file referencing it? Using didn't work, because the system was trying to retrieve the image from localhost/sites/default/files/MYFOLDER/IMAGE.png - obviously an non-existing directory. Arun Finally got the solution … Thank you..
niksy Permalink to comment# March 10, 2008 Nice, thanks! Does this series involving sine converge or diverge? In Wikipedia. this contact form Backslashes ("\") are also used in PHP as in Unix, to indicate that the character that follows is a special character.
What Russian letter is this? Use file_create_url instead. –mpdonadio♦ Jul 8 '14 at 2:21 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote In this case it is NOT: . is a "special character" when used like this. To further clarify this point, lets consider the following example taken from a post by "œvvo at geocities dot com" at http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=9673: 12345678 // File './test.php':// File