[Zope] apache redirect to zope problem
jlemonier at Retailpro.com
Tue May 18 19:53:13 EDT 2004
whenever I've seen mysterious style sheet problems,
it's because my <base href="http://partners.retailpro.com/" />
wasn't or isn't set correctly.
No guarantee ... well there is ... I just checked for you ...
In Mozilla: <base href="http://www.hepnetcanada.ca:8080/hc/index_html" />
In IE: <base href="http://www.hepnetcanada.ca/hc/index_html" />
(who knows why ... but here's a way to fix it)
in /portal_skins/custom/main_template or header,
do whatever you need to do to force the proper base.
Retail Technologies International
jlemonier at RetailPro.com
From: zope-bounces at zope.org [mailto:zope-bounces at zope.org]On Behalf Of
Jan Van Uytven
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 4:42 PM
To: zope at zope.org
Subject: [Zope] apache redirect to zope problem
I've got apache set up on my server to redirect requests for
to go to
and by and large, this works. At least it does with mozilla, opera,
etc... however when the request is redirected in internet explorer 6,
the page renders without CSS formatting. (try it)
Any idea why this happens, or how I can fix it? The apache redirect is
very simple, i.e.
Redirect / http://www.hepnetcanada.ca:8080/hc
Any help would be appreciated.
Jan (Wyvern) Van Uytven
Sysadmin, UVic TRIUMF
wyvern at uvic.ca
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