#282 - CSS incorrectly identified as text/html
Type Defect
Status Closed
Milestone 3.0
Version -
Component Core
Priority Normal
Severity Normal
Owner cornbread
Assigned to Jack
Reported 9 years ago
Updated 8 years ago
Votes 0
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What did you do to cause this? Installed traq-3.0a2 by extracting the files into my target directory on the server. In this case, /var/www/mysite/traq/.

What page were you on? http://my.site.com/traq/install/

What PHP and MySQL versions do you run? PHP 5.3.3 MySQL 5.0.95 Apache 2.2.3 RHEL 5.5

Client OS Linux Mint 11 (32bit) Windows 7

Client Browsers Firefox 15.0.1 Chrome 19

Describe the defect: To create the problem I simply loaded the installer by accessing the newly uploaded traq folder in my browser. The page contents loaded, however the included CSS was ignored due to a MIME type mismatch. The browser expected text/css, however the file was identified as text/html. I've attached a screenshot of how the Installer appeared initially.

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9 years and 10 months ago by cornbread

  • Attached traq_no_styles.png

Attached screenshot of Traq installation with included style sheet ignored by browser.

9 years and 10 months ago by cornbread

  • Attached traq_firebug_missing_styles.png

Attaching screenshot of Firebug, on the CSS info tab - this shows that no styles were loaded for the install page (aka install/views/layout.php)

9 years and 10 months ago by cornbread

  • Attached traq_firebug_styles_recognized.png

Now I remove the top line of install/views/layout.php:

<!doctype html>

So the new top line is:

<html lang="en" dir="ltr">

Saved this, then accessed http://my.site.com/traq/. The installer now appears with styles applied. The included CSS file is now recognized as text/css instead of text/html.

Screenshot attached of firebug showing styles applied, after the change above.

9 years and 10 months ago by cornbread

  • Attached traq_root_folder.png

Attached ticket of installer showing correct styles, after change (previous update to this ticket).

Jack closed as Closed 9 years and 8 months ago

9 years and 6 months ago by Jack

  • Version 3.0

The issue could be that the browser didn't like the HTML5 doctype.