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.htaccess Allow CSS

Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:35 PM

I'm trying to set up a TWiki distribution at work, and everything works great except for one thing--the stylesheets. I've even typed in the correct path to where they should be in my web browser and instead of seeing the source code for the stylesheet, I get a completely blank page--no error--no nothin'.

I've talked with my webhosting provider and a support person said that I "should only put scripts in the cgi-bin folder". I understand where he is coming from for security reasons, but if I follow that policy, I'll have to go through a lot of TWiki scripts and change the references for CSS files to some other place than the cgi-bin folder. :crazy:

I don't have access to the main configuration file so...

Is there anyway to configure Apache with .htaccess files to allow CSS files to be executed?

Like I said, everything else works, even the perl scripts--just not the CSS.

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