css and javascript problems on win 2003 server

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by snickelfritz, May 20, 2007.

  1. snickelfritz macrumors 65816

    snickelfritz

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    #1
    The site was built in GoLive CS2 and functions flawlessly on my unix-based host. (ICDsoft.com)
    Uploading the site to the host server running windows 2003 IIS results in no CSS formatting and no javascript rollovers.

    Is this a server-side issue or a golive configuration issue?

    thanks
     
  2. Osarkon macrumors 68020

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    I'd guess it's a goLive configuration error because JavaScript is a client-side language meaning it isn't run on the server.
     
  3. epochblue macrumors 68000

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    I'm also going to guess GoLive, but it sounds like something is just not in the correct path. Are you using absolute or relative paths? Have you checked them to make sure they're correct?
     
  4. snickelfritz thread starter macrumors 65816

    snickelfritz

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    #4
    Paths are relative. The problem occurs only on this particular server.
    The same site works perfectly on my unix host.
     
  5. epochblue macrumors 68000

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    #5
    Maybe it's an IIS issue? Sounds like it's just not serving up the CSS as CSS or JS as JS...? Maybe? Troubleshooting web server software isn't my strongest suit...
     
  6. snickelfritz thread starter macrumors 65816

    snickelfritz

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    The thing that has me flummoxed is the fact that the "normal" images for the rollovers are working, as are the linkages. It's the "over" images that are not working, and they are located within the same directory and tagged in the same way.
     

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