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Hii ,

I am trying to use alternative scene for this scenrio ..

<img src="../../../../images/client_logo.png" />
<link type="text/css" href="../../../../css/PdfTemplateStyle.css" rel="stylesheet" />

I tried with ~/images/client_logo.png

but not working ...

Please suggest as i dont want to go with ../../../../ type of rooting
aarif moh shaikh 18-Nov-14 7:52am    
I think ~ (tilled) sign will work .... Please try again
Torakami 18-Nov-14 8:08am    
i tried .. its not working .. not even css not image ... but working with ../

i think you are asking for the website application in
you can use...
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="~/Full_path_of_the_File/file.css" />
here ~ indicates the root path of the solution.

or you can just use this in your application like..
add your site url path to the web.config file..
   <add key="Site_Url" value="http://localhost:12018/"/>

and used it like..
<link href="<%=ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[" site_url="] %>css/base.css" rel="stylesheet" />
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Add runat="server" to your <img> and <link> tags, and app-relative paths will work:
<img runat="server" src="~/images/client_logo.png" />
<link runat="server" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="~/css/PdfTemplateStyles.css" />

For paths within a CSS file, you can't use app-relative paths. However, the path will always be resolved relative to the CSS file, rather than the containing page, so relative paths are more stable.
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Torakami 19-Nov-14 0:54am    
Dude , i tried by adding runat=server attribute as well .. still not working ,..
Richard Deeming 19-Nov-14 9:48am    
Then you must be doing something wrong. Adding runat="server" and using an app-relative path has worked in every ASP.NET WebForms project I've ever seen.

Load the page in the browser and view the source to see what path the server has rendered.

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