Hello, and thanks for taking time to look into this issue.
Setup a webserver yesterday with 3.9.1 hosted on the ubuntu machine. i have an internal DNS server resolving the hostname web1 to its local IP address; everything is hunky-dory from inside my network.
outside, however, shows the flaws. since my DNS server doesn’t share the server’s DNS resolution, no CSS will properly render outside of my network. the following code snippet means nothing to the outside (http://web1/etc/etc/etc)
<link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’writr-style-css’ href=’http://web1/wp-content/themes/writr/style.css?ver=3.9.1′ type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />
how can I edit my installation to have the URLs state the full FQDN?
<link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’writr-style-css’ href=’http://web1.derpface.com/wp-content/themes/writr/style.css?ver=3.9.1′ type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />
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