[Twisted-web] Problems with images and css
alberto.trujillo at ucd.ie
Thu Sep 8 03:04:42 MDT 2005
I don't know where is the exactly problem, only I know that is related
with the path of the images I'll try to explain it better.
The template that I'm working with is a html template, which load
different fragments. The template has 3 fragments (head, body and
footer), so depende where the user click, I will load one fragment or
another. In this way I can change the template of all my pages just
changing one file.
The template (portal.html) is call by a nevow file (portal.py), that is
the responsible of the calls to the others fragments.
In portal.htm I have this two lines to load the images and the css files
child_styles = static.File('./templates/styles')
child_images = static.File('./templates/images')
The fragment are place in different directories, I show a example:
Probably the example is not very good, but at least you have an idea
about my structure directory.
As you can see the fragment can has their own images, and everything
works well while I am running the application in my local machine, even
without call the images directory like static file. But when I upload
the application in the server, everything looks like nevow can't find
Should I insert a line "child_styles = static.File('./styles')" and
"child_images = static.File('./images')" in all my fragments, or should
be the portal.py file who do this job.
I hope this information should be enough.
Thank you very much
Tommi Virtanen wrote:
>On Wed, 2005-09-07 at 17:15 +0100, Alberto Trujillo wrote:
>>I know that I must load the diretory where I have my images and css,
>>because otherwise nevow is not going to render it.
>>Everything works well while this is running in my local machine, but in
>>the server doesn't work. I have noticed that a simple '.' at the
>>begining of a path, can destroy all my web, even the things that are not
>>relate with that image.
>>Why is this happening?
>With the information you have given us, no one knows.
>First, simplify your system to the smallest possible,
>where the problem still occurs. Then, try to actually
>give us exact information on what you did, what happened,
>and what did you expect to happen.
>>Another problems is that even if I fix that problems, the website
>>doesn't recover the information from my image directory or css
>>directory, and I have to remove all the structure directory, upload
>>again, close the web browser, etc.
>>Is nevow keeping information in any kind of cache, and that is probably
>>the reason because even if I fix the problems, still I can't see anything?
>No, but your browser most likely is. Or a proxy is. It might even be a
>transparent proxy run by your ISP.
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