[Plone-UI] Stylesheet problems
chrissy at sixfeetup.com
Tue Jan 31 22:38:37 UTC 2012
Are the styles still written in the stylesheets being applied when not in development mode?
When not in development mode, the CSS registry merges the files to reduce the number of loads. This means you're not going to see the name of your CSS files, instead it will be something like "public-cachekey9069.css"
In the CSS Registry > Merged CSS Composition tab, you can see how the files are merged together.
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On Jan 31, 2012, at 5:02 PM, espen wrote:
> >Hi, I have developed a custom theme for my Plone-4.1.3 site. The theme
> >includes some css-files. To have them appear in the HTML header of a Plone
> >page I have done the following:
> >#1 In browser/configure.zcml there is a declaration
> > <browser:resourceDirectory
> > name="mytheme.mytheme.stylesheets"
> > directory="stylesheets"
> > layer=".interfaces.IThemeSpecific"
> > />
> >to specify which directory to use for my stylesheets
> >#2 In profiles/default/cssregistry.xml there is an entry
> > <stylesheet title=""
> > id="++resource++isytheme.isytheme.stylesheets/mystylesheet.css"
> > media="screen" rel="stylesheet" rendering="import"
> > cacheable="True" compression="safe" cookable="True"
> > enabled="1" expression=""/>
> >for each of my custom stylesheet files.
> >#3 My custom stylesheets are copied into the above declared "stylesheets"
> >My problem is that I cannot make the stylesheets appear in the page view
> >unless I tick the "development mode" in ZMI's css registry. If I untick the
> >developement mode they disappear again. I checked the HTMl source produced
> >by Plone and my css-files are only declared in the head when "development
> >mode" is ticked, otherwise not.
> >My css-files appear in the ZMI css registry view, so Plone is aware of them.
> >Why are they declared in the HTML head only in "development mode"?
> When in development mode, the css in subfolders are loaded, maybe this is why.
> This has been discussed before, so try googling for it (I cant remember it now (home, a bit busy)
> >Klas Nordberg
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