Okay--I know this is a really elementary issue, but I can't figure it out. This is a question regarding Laravel.
Basically, I have my stylesheets embedded in my default layout view. I'm currently just using regular css to link them, such as:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css/app.css" />
It works great when I am at a single level route such as /about, but stops working when I go deeper, such as /about/me.
If I look at Chrome's developer console I see some of the following errors (only for the deeper routes):
Resource interpreted as Stylesheet but transferred with MIME type text/html: "http://example.dev/about/css/app.css".
So clearly it is now looking for the css inside the "about" folder--which of course isn't a folder at all.
I just want it to look in the same place for the assets regardless of the route.
For Laravel 4 & 5:
URL::assetwill link to your
project/public/folder, so chuck your scripts in there.
Note: For this, you need to use the "Blade templating engine". Blade files use the