[Seaside] SeasideHosting problem with Css
florian.minjat at emn.fr
Wed Mar 7 13:02:31 UTC 2007
Florian Minjat wrote:
> I confirm that there is no need for a '/seaside/' in the path as I ran
> 'WADispatcher default setName: ''' in order to get rid of it. This could
> be the problem though.
This was the trick !
I should not have get rid of the default path. I just restored it to
'seaside', and it's working perfectly well.
Anyway thanks for the answers.
> My application is a role-playing game developped in seaside since 2
> years now and is working very well on a unixshell virtual server and
> localhost. I wanted to use seasideHosting to do some tests before
> putting big updates on the production server. I didn't change anything
> from my configuration. I fact I just uploaded my local development image
> into seasidehosting.
> The problems are on the standard libraries and css of a seaside
> application. I have another css but it should work the same as I
> definied it from the config app in local.
> Before you ask, we plan on sending an email to present this game as
> soon as the béta version is finished.
> Philippe Marschall wrote:
>> 2007/3/6, Chris Cunnington <cunnington at sympatico.ca>:
>>> I have a feeling that adding "Seaside" to the path is not going to
>>> solve the
>> Can you please check if the the link I posted works for you?
>>> If he left out "Seaside" it would stop dead right there and say
>>> "Bad Gateway".
>> This in general means that your Smalltalk image is down.
>>> As I understand it he gets a working Scriptaculous with a working
>>> but with no CSS. I loaded Pier on my Red Hat server last night, and
>>> it's a
>>> bizarre problem. I loaded Damien's image, because when I load Seaside
>>> Seaside.st I can get Scriptaculous to upload the CSS style sheet from
>> Since we included file library into Seaside (last October) the
>> Scriptaculous examples ships with all the resouces included and do not
>> need and internet connection anymore.
>>> So I upload Damien's image, and now the Ajax works, but the CSS style
>>> is unretrievable. In the non-Pier image you can see, when you click
>>> Source" in the browser that there is a link to Europe. In Damien's image
>>> that links is gone, and if it has been replaced with a 16-character
>>> marker, it is beyond me to know how these links are put in the
>>> I hope I have not misunderstood the problem,
>>> Chris Cunnington
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