The boss wants the master page's menu to look nicer. I generated my gradient file with one of the tools available on the net, no problem there..
I tried to make a CSS class for each menu item but when I use the background-image directive and the style builder, I get a line like:
background-image: url('file:///C:/Documents and Settings/Username/My Documents/Visual Studio 2008/WebSites/ThisSite/Images/Gradient.png')
...when what I *want* is
The first url will, of course, only work when I'm debugging on my local machine - deploy this and I'm hosed. So many other ASP.NET objects work with "~/" to indicate the top-level directory of the website but my css file doesn't like it and I can't set a background image for the menu control or the menu items - seems like a GLARING omission when I can do it to so many other controls.
What am I missing? I think your question title does not reflect what you are really asking. What you want to know is how to stop the style builder from putting absolute file paths on the url property, isn't it?
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