RE: [OT] two domains and one ip / apache [ css weirdness : FIXED !!! ]
it's fixed, sigh
appeared that i must have made some mistake by putting my htdocs directory
on another disk
moved the sitecontent from c:\htdocs to c:\ibmapache\htdocs\site and all
works fine now :(
what a laugh ! i think about getting a big drink and finding another job as
a kindergarten teacher,
at least no picky machinery over there
I could of course RTFM for once ... bet it's in there somewhere
Thanks for all your input,
From: Joris Lambrecht
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 6:41 PM
To: 'Justin B Rye'
Subject: RE: [OT] two domains and one ip / apache [ css weirdness ]
mmm ? darn ! forgot to mention it is IE i'm using to evaluatie the code, as
good as any because Netscape 6 returns the same problem ...
by the way, it appeared that the Meta info was turned on (this is IBM HTTP
Server, build on apache)
[Tue Jan 16 18:32:38 2001] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] Directory
index forbidden by rule: /site/
I guess this has something to do with a deny, allow entry or deny
from all / allow from all
Any hints ?
This is the only problem i have right now, but i guess that even when this
is fixed i still see no css at work.
From: Justin B Rye [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 6:32 PM
Subject: Re: [OT] two domains and one ip / apache [ css weirdness ]
Joris Lambrecht wrote:
> this is what i meant by verified to work ... i opened it directly in my
> browser ... no problem whatsoever
Yup, so the html's workable.
> original : does not work : intranet.css is at root of website (verified 10
You're sure it's readable (to the webserver)?
By the way, does the website really have directories called
"htdocs/site/" *inside* the DocumentRoot?
> <LINK REL="StyleSheet" TYPE="text/css" href="intranet.css">
Looks okay - as long as the html and the stylesheet are in the same
directory. Otherwise you need to give a relative path. Or since
the css is in root, try href="/intranet.css", or even
(Oh, if and this is the <head> of your html, you haven't given it a
> apache : i've created a scope that runs all files as text/css :
> is in /css (verified 10 times)
No idea what you mean by this - apache doesn't need any
reconfiguring to serve css. It might even have broken something.
> <LINK REL="StyleSheet" TYPE="text/css" href="css/intranet.css">
This one'll work if there's a readable intranet.css in a readable,
executable css subdirectory of the html file's location.
> The text should render als helvetica but the output is times new roman,
> opening the page without using apache (file - open ...) uses the style
What exactly is it you're trusting the reactions of here? Would it
happen to be Internet Explorer?
Justin B Rye - writing from but not for Datacash Ltd
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