Marshal Linfoot wrote:
Chris, I hope this is what you had in mind...a slimmed down version of
what I currently use for the live site.
Not quite. That looks like a regular html page and not a css one. To
create what I was talking about, do the following:
1. Create a new template\
* Name it: CSS
* Expand the "more" button and change the content-type to:
* In the body of the layout, put nothing but: <r:content>
* save the layout
2. Go to your "tester" page and change its layout to: CSS
This should serve up your "tester" page using "text/css" mime type and
without all the header/footer layout stuff.
"stylesheet" layout template with "<r:content>" and a content-type of "text/css"
A "styles" page that uses the "stylesheet" template, and child page
"test" with slug "test.css"
Simple layout template called "test" with <link
href="/styles/test.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> to use css
the old-fashioned way
Simple page called "tester" that uses the "test" layout template.
View the rendered page at http://test.octopusgardenyoga.com/tester
PS. How do you see all the HTTP response headers?
On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 6:10 PM, Chris Parrish
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
As you mentioned, the full file is being served up but the response
RESPONSE: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found
That has to be the problem but what is the cause?
Anybody know enough about LightSpeed to know if this is a server issue
(mime-type config, perhaps)?
In the meantime, can you create a CSS page the old-fashioned way (build a
template with just "<r:content>" and a content-type of "text/css" then
create a regular old page that uses that layout)? I'd like to know what its
headers look like (does it come up with a 200 like your home page or 404
like the stylesheets). That may tell us if it is server related or not.
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