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  • Resolved McEn


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    hi guys i have a problem and i expect you can help me..
    I want to modify my template´s css. I installed the css editor of jetpack. I wrote on it the following sentence:

    #access {
    background-image: url (images/black_pattern12.jpg);

    But it doesnt work. But if i write it on the template´css it works perfectly.
    That´s why i think the problem is on the file path (black_pattern.jpg)
    This image is in the images folder of the template.

    Someone of you could please to help me ? what would be the absolute, or relative file path ¿?

    Thanks in advance people

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  • Plugin Contributor csonnek


    Happiness Engineer

    Hi there!

    The Jetpack CSS editor inserts the CSS changes in relation to the root of your site, whereas your theme CSS uses relative file names according to the theme folder.

    To fix it, you would either need to use the absolute URL (e.g. ) or the relative URL from your domain root. (e.g. wp-content/themes/yourthemename/images/black_pattern12.jpg )

    I hope that clarifies things! Let me know if you have any questions.

    Carolyn thank you very much.. It works perfect.

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