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CSS - Image Links Problem

#1
[eluser]jaswinder_rana[/eluser]
I have structure like this

system
public_html
-public/images
-public/css


So, my system is below my index.php. My actual files, on my local server, are http://localhost/my/mypage/index.php

So, system is at http://localhost/my/system (was testing how will it work if I put it before public_html; so here mypage is ACTING like public_html). Anyways.

I am including my CSS like echo link_tag('/public/css/admincp.css');

In my CSS, I have a background image like background:#fff url(/public/images/footer_bg.gif) top left repeat-x;

Now, my CSS link works but image doesn't. I understand that link_tag() function appends base_url in front of the CSS link.

Is there a way that I can do the same for my background images? I don't want to have to change path if I change a directory.

What if I rename my public_html (in this case mypage) directory?


So, in short, mypage is ACTING like public_html but is NOT public_html, /public/images/... links won't work because mypage is at http://localhost/my/mypage (it's /my/mypage/public/image/...)


Not sure if I explained it properly.

Thanks

#2
[eluser]Kotzilla[/eluser]
try this
background:#fff url('../images/footer_bg.gif') top left repeat-x;

its refer on CSS file location. then you have to locate image by css file location is ../images/ =)

#3
[eluser]jaswinder_rana[/eluser]
[quote author="Kotzilla" date="1229343582"]try this
background:#fff url('../images/footer_bg.gif') top left repeat-x;

its refer on CSS file location. then you have to locate image by css file location is ../images/ =)[/quote]


Thanks. I was hoping that there's a way to pass base URL to css file (if I rename it to .php and use header to change Content Type). Oh well.

Thanks


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