I have a question about a css URL. This is wrong and I would like to change it.
<link type = "text / css" rel = "stylesheet" href = "https: //****/skin//frontend/default/jm_crafts/wavethemes/jmbasetheme/profiles/default/default.css.php" / > </ head>
Here are / skin 2 times "slash" and one of them should be gone.
Where can I change this? Where can I find these?
thank you for your help.
Can you share your URL configuration?
Since those settings looks fine, my last idea is related with your vhost configuration (a long time ago I've got a similar issue and the problem was related with my vhost configuration, but I don't remember the full story).
I don't think it will be different but what's happening when you try the RWD theme? (I don't think the custom theme is the problem here but just to be sure)
Can you check this that file again?
Is strange (now I've noticed) that the file is PHP instead of CSS. It seems is a file added by that theme.
what should I control exactly?
here the complete line from the source text:
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="http://***.com/skin/frontend/default/default/wavethemes/jmbasetheme/css/settings.css.php?profile=default" /><link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="http://***.com/skin//frontend/default/jm_crafts/wavethemes/jmbasetheme/profiles/default/default.css.php" /></head>
First, check why that file is .PHP and also if the file is from the theme for real.
Second, your theme is adding that line on layout. I guess your problem with the double / is into the theme layout/header.
I think that it comes from my Theme and am also of the opinion that the double / comes from there.
I do not know where I can find it exactly and then delete it.
The screenshot is form base/default theme, but you should look for something similar into your theme:
Maybe some layout file is adding the css files so you should check the layout files too.