When using the webapp through port forwarding, the css are not loaded
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As we've been told :
I forwarded port 9000 of my PC to port 80 inside the vm, but then I had no css - I set the FQDN to localhost, so the css links are http://localhost/something.css - wouldn't it be better to use /something.css instead?
We need to find a solution for this (look at Apache or the code, or both ?)
#2 Updated by Matthieu CERDA about 3 years ago
As far as I can tell, this configuration property might help :
## # Application information ## #define that property if you are behind a proxy #or anything that make the URL served by the #servlet container be different than the public one #note: if defined, must not end with / #let blank to use default value base.url=http://foo.bar.baz/rudder
As seen in the explicative comment, one might maybe comment it so you do not have an enforced FQDN for the CSS. I'll try this.