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karthik Jayaraman
Hi guyz ! Today i created a JSP file at the location orbeon\xforms-jsp called test.jsp. And included the css as

<style> .one { float:left; background-image: url(images/ui_submit.png); } </style>
and i placed the image inside the folder called images located at \orbeon\images. The other styles got applied except the background image. I tried the same procedure for a different application (other than orbeon) and got the background image. I even tried to place the images folder in the same directory as the jsp file but still did not get the background image. I just wanna know whether i have to include some content in web.xml to get the background image. The CSS i have applied is inline CSS. Help !

Edit: I forgot to mention, even i tried this also

background-image: url(./images/ui_submit.png); and
background-image: url(../images/ui_submit.png);

and all such permutations and combinations as well
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Re: Apply css for a jsp file inside xforms-jsp directory

Louis Ratzesberger-2
Hi Karthik,

Did you try an absolute path to the image as well, e.g. ?

  url(/images/ui_submit.png)

and perhaps as a test, drop an image in the resources
directory and then try

  url(/test.png)

I think style elements should inherit their url context,
but reality may be different.

Cheers,
Hank

Quoting karthik Jayaraman <[hidden email]>:

>
> Hi guyz ! Today i created a JSP file at the location orbeon\xforms-jsp called
> test.jsp. And included the css as
>
> <style>
> .one
> {
> float:left;
> background-image: url(images/ui_submit.png);
> }
> </style>
>
> and i placed the image inside the folder called images located at
> \orbeon\images. The other styles got applied except the background image. I
> tried the same procedure for a different application (other than orbeon) and
> got the background image. I even tried to place the images folder in the
> same directory as the jsp file but still did not get the background image. I
> just wanna know whether i have to include some content in web.xml to get the
> background image. The CSS i have applied is inline CSS. Help !
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Re: Apply css for a jsp file inside xforms-jsp directory

karthik Jayaraman
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I tried your suggestion but unfortunately it doesnt work !  
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karthik Jayaraman
Any suggestions>?
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Louis Ratzesberger-2

Hi Karthik,

Perhaps just a work-around, but have you also tried a an absolute path  
with the protocol specified?  That way, url-rewriting done by servlet  
will leave it alone, e.g.,

background-image: url(http://example.org/images/some.png);

HTH,
Hank

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Re: Re: Apply css for a jsp file inside xforms-jsp directory

Alessandro  Vernet
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Karthik,

I recommend you use Firebug to figure this out. In the HTML tab, find
the element. Then on the left you'll see the CSS, including the
"background-image: ...". Right click on the link, and choose open in
new tab. You'll then see what URL is produced, and what was wrong with
the initial URL.

Alex

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Ya .. I tried using firebug .

My code in the login.jsp present in orbeon.war/xforms-jsp directory was

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<style> <div style="background-image:url(./some-Logo.png); height:100px; width: 257px;"></div> </style>

and the some-Logo.png resides @ orbeon/orbeon/xforms-jsp directory

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When using firebug i saw the css, the location of the image was

http://localhost:8080/orbeon/xforms-jsp/some-Logo.png

but when i open the image in the new tab i can see only a blank page but not the image.

In chrome i observed the following error

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http://img249.imageshack.us/img249/7469/csserror.png

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When i tried this same jsp along with the same css in another application it was working fine. I can see the image. I suspect whether it has something to do with orbeon.


Also when i put the image in orbeon-resources-private.jar inside the ops folder and changing the url in the css corrspondingly, its working fine. Any suggestions?
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karthik Jayaraman
K thanks i got it working !
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Karthik,

Excellent, I am glad you found the solution to this one.

Alex

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