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Issues with CSS after uploading

Discussion in 'CSS' started by VeroBeach, Jan 21, 2012.

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    Strange problem that I need help with. I am a beginner at HTML and CSS and have a school project. After making my 2 HTML pages and CSS I validated all pages and they passed. When I look at the through IE or Firefox, they look fine.

    The PROBLEM is that after uploading the files to the school website, it is like the CSS page is not there. There is no formatting and my background image does not show up. I'm sure this is something simple and was hoping that someoner had had a similar issue and could help?

    Thanks in advance!
     
    VeroBeach, Jan 21, 2012 IP
  2. wiicker95

    wiicker95 Active Member

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    Show us some demo, how the hell we can help you without knowing what the problem is?
     
    wiicker95, Jan 22, 2012 IP
  3. Toycel

    Toycel Peon

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    Check the URL structure first before doing anything else. This may be what is causing the issue

    eg. wrong file name, capitalised file name (as they are case sensitive etc)

    PM me if you want and I may be able to help you
     
    Toycel, Jan 23, 2012 IP
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    The school website could have it's own CSS so make sure of these things.
    1. You have your CSS linked and no other.
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="screen" href="style.css"> in the head section
    2. Your CSS is on the same server.
    3. CSS properly formatted with content of the CSS in {} except for the name. If you leave out one } it can mess up the whole thing.
    Try those

     
    KlausKesselGO, Jan 23, 2012 IP
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    Most likely the CSS URL, double check the CSS URL
     
    spesialis, Feb 4, 2012 IP