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December 7, 2017 at 4:35 pm #263572victor1Participant
I’ve just tried to register to some/any firefox forum,for 1 hour, but seems an overwhelming task, so I gave up!
Anyway, I’ve tried to debug my css code, using firefox/Tools/Web Developer/Web Console, then the ‘CSS’ tab.
I have some errors regarding ‘background’ like this:
“Error in parsing value for ‘background’. Declaration dropped. 192.168.100.125:8080:1:2513” .
I guess that the last number, “2513” is an adress or a bytes count till that error.
In my code I have lots of ‘background’ styling, so I need to reach exactly to that adress/bytes count indicated by statement,in order to fix the wrong code. How can I do that?
I’m quite new to web developement, so if it is there an easier way to debbug css/html let me know, please!
Thank you very much, have a grate day!December 7, 2017 at 11:00 pm #263576BeverleyhParticipant
Are you trying to resolve an image from to absolute path?
Try using a relative path
background:url(../../path/to/img.png) 0 0 no-repeat;(or whatever depth)
Or try formatting the absolute path like this
background:url(/path/to/img.png) 0 0 no-repeat;(this is resolved from the root, thanks to that / at the front – you don’t need to specify domain)
To offer any further help, we’d need to see the full declaration for that line of CSS.December 8, 2017 at 12:27 am #263577JeroenRParticipant
My guess is that 2513 is either a line number or a character number in line 1 (when the CSS is compiled to just 1 line perhaps). Can’t you just click at the end part of the message? That should lead you to the place where the error is.December 8, 2017 at 10:18 am #263599victor1Participant
Thanks Beverlyh, but I don’t use any image file in my code. But I use lots of gradient colored backgrounds, but still I’m note sure the problem is within them.
Thanks JeroenR, I’ve clicked to the end of message but a big window opens and can’t trace exactly the error.
Still my statements are of maximum 200 characters, and for sure I don’t have 2500 lines
Other alternatives for firefox?December 8, 2017 at 1:11 pm #263609Paulie_DMember
It’s really hard to help without seeing the code but I’m guessing this is on a local machine judging from the IP but an IP address shouldn’t be in your CSS.December 13, 2017 at 10:18 am #263799bclovisParticipant
Def an IP address:port definition. How was this image pathed to?
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