Since upgrading to release_16.07 I've noticed a broken link to the
masthead icon (i.e. the Galaxy logo 'galaxyIcon_noText.png') in our
local Galaxy installations, which are all served from subdirectories of
the webserver, e.g.
The icon is visible when this URL is visited but appears to be broken
when using parts of Galaxy served from their own subdirectories e.g. the
login page (under
the admin interface
At the top level the logo <img> "src" is points correctly to
"/galaxy/static/images/galaxyIcon_noText.png"; in the subdirs
(users,admin etc) it points to
"../../../static/images/galaxyIcon_noText.png" (which cannot be loaded).
As far as I can work out, in 16.07 the "src" location is generated from
templates/webapps/galaxy/galaxy.masthead.mako, but takes its value from
the 'logo_src' parameter that is set in
# TODO: this doesn't seem right
'logo_url' : lambda i, k, **c: self.url_for( i.get(
k, '/' ) ),
'logo_src' : lambda i, k, **c: self.url_for(
However I have no idea how to try and fix it - presumably it needs to
incorporate the proxy-prefix setting somehow. (Btw the 'logo_url' does
seem to point to the correct location however.)
Can someone suggest a fix?
Peter Briggs peter.bri...@manchester.ac.uk
Bioinformatics Core Facility University of Manchester
B.1083 Michael Smith Bldg Tel: (0161) 2751482
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