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Old July 2nd, 2007, 03:30 AM
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Default IIS ->Javascripts, any clue?

Does IIS support Javascript and CSS? I have a small time server
running IIS. This mini website needs to link to an Access Database
(which it does fine), Uses Style sheets and Javscript. I'm trying to
attach the javascript files in ASP pages like so:
<SCRIPT type= "text/javascript" src="scripts/javascripts.js" >
</SCRIPT>

and trying to attach my CSS like so:

<LINK HREF="scripts/style1.css" REL="stylesheet" TYPE="text/css">

Yet when I pull this up on a separate computer or even the localhost
none of my style sheet setting are included and my Javascript codes
and functions don't work.

When I view->source from IE menu I see my strips of code in there so
what is the problem?


I tried uploading it to a paid webserver and it worked fine. I'm sure
the code is correct, I just think I'm having a problem using IIS to
relolve JScript and CSS (maybe I'm missing some settings). Please if
someone can resolve this problem for me or point me to a different
webserver (one that is free, cheapIt or that I can test before
purchasing) It would be appreciated. I know CSS and Javascripts runs on client side.




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That is a strange problem. I've been using IIS to develop for years. Anyone who has been doing .NET web app developement prior to 2.0 has used IIS for development.

Can you try loading the CSS and JS files in the browser directly? (I.E. browse directly to <yourapp>/scripts/style1.css) This will at least verify that IIS is serving the files.

What about the path of your page? Is there a problem between the paths of your page and the script/css?

-Peter


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