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In site.css file,


working in deployment .but not coming in published site.
Posted 12-Dec-12 22:44pm
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Solution 1

Relative paths are always the work of the devil. Clearly your root is different, so the relative path breaks ( or the image is not there ). Use absolute paths.
massab 13-Dec-12 4:52am
Thanks for reply.
BUt ,HOW TO use...I tried LIKE 'url('images/redback.jpg').but not working.

then in controller,
string img = null;
img = "../../FoodImages/" + Convert.ToString(reader[4]);
That too not working
all coming in deployment !.Time to host website and all these issues coming up.pls help
Marcus Kramer 13-Dec-12 13:01pm
STOP USING RELATIVE PATHS. Use absolute paths. ie. DO NOT USE "../../whatever/yourfile.gif" syntax, use "/whatever/yourfile.gif" instead.
Marcus Kramer 13-Dec-12 12:59pm
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Solution 2


Try this.


This may resolve your problem.

Master Black 13-Dec-12 7:02am
Yes I am understanding your problem. As I am saying you just try that at your code.
Or else if you have fire bug installed in firefox then check for the file path of the image and Do your R&D to findout your actual path of the image. If still not able to produce then I will show you a different way.
Christian Graus 13-Dec-12 13:59pm
Instead of saying over and over 'it's not working', try to understand what you're doing, don't act at random. Try this solution without the ~, the ~ is wrong outside of code that knows how to parse it, but you do need a / at the front to be absolute

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