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Hi ,

I'm new to the Zend Framework , sorry for my dump question .

I have created a project with the zf tool , my layout is archived with layout.php and CSS .

Only the index.php ( index/index.php , someothercontroller/index.php etc... ) are working with the CSS .

All other view's (index/otherview.php , someothercontroller/otherview.php ) are rendered without CSS . It seems that the path of the CSS file can't be found .

My CSS file is in the APPLICATION_DIR/public/style.css directory .

My lyaout.php file is configured as follows :

< ?php echo $this->headLink()->appendStylesheet('style.css') ?>

 

The source code on my browser shows :

<html >

<head>

<title>Your Title</title>

 

<link href="style.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

 

</head>

My browser's CSS source code shows the same CSS path on all pages (pages that are rendered correctly and pages that don't )

I can provide more details if my question is not understandable .

Thanks

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Hi again ,

Finally , it was the definition of the path on my layout file :

<?php echo $this->headLink()->appendStylesheet('http://zendtest.local/media/css/style.css'); ?>

 

Using an absolute path solved my problem ,it works .

But now ,when observing the source code of my browser when loading the page I mention that the "style link" is mentioned twice ;

<link href="style.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

<link href="http://zendtest.local/media/css/style.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

 

I can't explain that , although my application works on my local development environment ;

 

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/* Comments : Thanks to this forum :) */

 

JohnD

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