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I've been using mojoPortal as a small info site for my company's vendors and I ran into a small problem.
When accessed through my LAN Mojo works pretty well but my company has a firewall/bridge in order to access some exposed servers.
The outsiders must connect using HTTPS to the firewall and this equipment maps the address and bridge the communication to the mojoPortal server using regular HTTP and a local address.
In that particular scenario Mojo receives a local request.
The outsiders are able to see all portal's content, but background images are not shown. The problem is that Mojo maps image references in the CSS, lets say
to a full URL
which of course is not visible from outside.
I've seen that regular content images have not that problem, since they are mapped to a relative address that can be resolve both outside and inside company's LAN.
Is it possible to configure Mojo in order to map CSS URLs to a relative address?
In the example above it would be: url('/mojoPortal/Data/style/.../image.jpg').
I think you are using an older version. The latest version of mojoPortal does use relative urls in the css handler.
Hope it helps,
I'll test latest version right away and report.