[development] Multi-site absolute paths?

Larry Garfield larry at garfieldtech.com
Wed Sep 20 02:09:00 UTC 2006

On Tuesday 19 September 2006 20:29, Sam Tresler wrote:

> Why shouldn't I be typing them myself?  In many cases they are generated
> by drupal, but I usually use absolute paths to reference images in CSS,
> which I thought was a good practice to be browser compliant with some
> older browsers that still reference CSS off of the calling document (not
> w3c, but they do exist).

Drupal doesn't support Netscape 4 anyway, so I wouldn't bother with that. :-)

> I changed to this:
> "<script type="text/javascript" src="<?php print base_path();
> ?>sites/example.com/themes/sometheme/sometheme.js"></script>"
> I guess what I'm asking is, Is this right? I wouldn't think I should
> hardcode the site into the page.tpl.php just to get it to work in the
> site specific theme folder.
> What is the proper way to make CSS image paths, and reference javascript
> in themes?

This is what you're looking for:

<script type="text/javascript" src="<?php print 

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