Hi Alex,

No need for a callback. Just include your CSS files in a lib. There is a
function call you can make to include a CSS file in /static/css/. This is
the proper way in, at least, 4.2.

-m

On Dec 9, 2016 9:55 AM, "Alex Hall" <ah...@autodist.com> wrote:

> Hey all,
> I'm trying to add a background image to a div, so went looking for the
> callback the wiki describes. The wiki uses 3.8, and I'm on 4.4.1, but I
> didn't think that mattered. Yet, I can't find any callbacks by looking in
> main.css or base.css, and the wiki's big list of 4.2 callbacks has no css
> at all. I tried
> cd /opt/rt4/share
> find /static/css | xargs grep 'callback'
>
> as well as
>
> find /static/css -name '*.css' | xargs grep 'callback'
>
> but got no results either way. What's the trick to callbacks in 4.4 for
> CSS? Or do I make a copy of one of the CSS files in /opt/rt4/local and
> modify it? Thanks.
>
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> Alex Hall
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> ah...@autodist.com
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