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From Kristian Rink <krist...@zimmer428.net>
Subject css and images (stupid question?)
Date Mon, 28 Nov 2005 12:27:39 GMT
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Hi all;

playing around with tomcat in order to both learn using the package and
create a small web site there, I'm currently left with a problem which,
though probably being small (and not really related to tomcat), keeps
bugging me:

I'm trying to do the visual stuff of my jsp using a css style file,
which is good, so far. Within the css file, I'm using images for
backgrounds etc like that:


background: #fff url(/images/bg_header_blau.jpg) no-repeat top left;


My problem, right now, is where to put the images within the web
application so they're actually found when displaying the page.
Initially, I created a folder "images" within my web application and
referred to the images using url(images/...) with relative path names,
which didn't work. Also tried to place the images folder inside
$CATALINA_HOME/webapps and then using absolute image urls (/image/...),
which also didn't work.

So, where's the magic? I've always been through some tougher moments
with css and images while dynamically generating content, but right now
I feel really helpless about that. Can someone enlighten me?

Cheers and thanks,
Kris



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