You might actually be in the wrong directory, I wouldnt be surprised if this was the case, particularly if you are using a debian or ubuntu box.

Heres a hint. You need to be editing the following default document instead...


And make sure your css is within your style tag.


And make sure you place this css inside the tag <head></head>

On 5/19/2017 3:10 AM, Dieter Bloms wrote:
Hello Alex,

On Thu, May 18, Alex Rousskov wrote:

On 05/18/2017 03:17 AM, Dieter Bloms wrote:

I wrote some custom error pages and activated style sheets in the header of the 
error pages like:

<style type="text/css">

In the squid.conf file I set err_page_stylesheet to my stylesheet file and I 
restarted squid.
My expectation was, that the content of this style sheet file will be included 
in the error page at the %l position.
Your expectation was correct.

But the place between <style type="text/css"> and </style> is empty.
Does anybody know how can I insert the content of the style sheet file to the 
error pages?
The steps you described above appear correct to me. Did you check for
errors in cache.log when starting Squid? Squid should complain if it
cannot load err_page_stylesheet but, unfortunately, Squid thinks that
you do not really care much about style and keeps running despite any
loading failures.

Temporary renaming the stylesheet file (so that Squid cannot load it)
will help you test whether you are looking for errors in the right place.
thank you for the hint.
Squid had no read permission to this file. After right permissions
it worked.
But there was _no_ error message in the cache log file.
I found the wrong permission with the help of strace command.
It would be nice, when squid drop a note, that it can't read the file.



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