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    CSS in Servlet help (version 2!!)


    ..(i was informed with a database error when i posted the previous messages so i didn't know they were actually gonna post but with an EMPTY message in it!! :/... luckily i saved the post so i'll just paste it here again....this'd better work.. >.<)




    Hi everyone!

    This may be the simpliest thing to most of you but I'm just wondering if anyone can give me a little help on how i can call and use a CSS in a servlet...

    Here's what i tried:

    out.println("<link rel=\"alternate stylesheet\" href=\"someCSS.css\" type=\"text/css\" title = \"someCSS\">");

    I have also tried putting the .css files inside different directories
    Web\WEB-INF\classes\someCSS.css
    or
    Web\WEB-INF\someCSS.css
    or even
    Web\someCSS.css

    I really don't know what's wrong, I did try searching through the forums but it's not leading me anywhere...

    Anyone who can help would be greatly appreciated


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    Well, I would suggest using a web root relative url for the css file. Place the css file somewhere web accessible like

    Web\someCSS.css

    (WEB-INF is not web accessible). Then you can get to it by telling the browser to find it relative to the web root like this

    out.println("<link rel=\"alternate stylesheet\" href=\"" + req.getContextPath() + "/someCSS.css\" type=\"text/css\" title = \"someCSS\">");
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