Can you show us how the references are being rewritten? Maybe the format is
an indication of where it is being rewritten…
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Op 23 juni 2016 bij 08:18:34, nino martinez wael (
I've looked everywhere and cant
I've looked everywhere and cant find references to CssUrlReplacer.. I
will look into it later.. Thanks for the hints...
On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 2:16 PM, Tobias Soloschenko
> If you don't add the CssUrlReplacer manually it is not active by
If you don't add the CssUrlReplacer manually it is not active by default. If
URLs are replaced into Reference URLs it might be a manually added
If you don't want that some of the URLs are replaced you can consider to add
them into a different CSS file and add the name of
Ok it looks like it could be something like that. BUT,i've changed
nothing from stock options. Could that be enabled by default in 6.22 .
Other option of course are that it is because of something in pax
wicket.. I'll go check.
On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 1:15 PM, Bas Gooren wrote:
Sounds like you have enabled the css compressor / rewriter. By default it is
This assumes that you are letting wicket handle the css (which you do, as you
mention it is a shared resource).
You are looking for Application#getResourceSettings() and
I think you forgot to "mention" the problem itself.
It is not clear at all what you are talking about.
Some examples would be very helpful!
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On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 12:18 PM, nino martinez wael <
I forgot to mention that it's wicket 6.22
On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 12:11 PM, nino martinez wael
> I currently have an issue where I add a shared css resource, but
> wicket rewrites all references in the resource. I can't seem to find
> the setting to
I currently have an issue where I add a shared css resource, but
wicket rewrites all references in the resource. I can't seem to find
the setting to turn of that part of wickets processing?
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