I am currently putting together a content management system for my website and am having a rather large issue with firefox. The entire site is held in the database and is called out through two files, a index.php and a styles.php.
The index page calls the header, content, and footer from the database. The content of course being whatever is being specified in the url ex. index.php?url=main
The style page is similar, in which it is called in the header:
<link href="includes/styles.php" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all" />
The page displays fine in IE, but in firefox it just generates the html with no reference to the style.php.
I have spent quite some time looking into this bug and I have found nothing on the net or in these forums. If someone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.
Dynamic Style Sheet & Firefox
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Posted 22 March 2006 - 08:03 PM
Firefox probably doesn't support linking stylesheets that end with anything other then .css. You might want to include style.php in your header as a <style> tag instead.
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