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XSL - problem with finding CSS file

I have a piece of code that looks like this:

XPathNavigator l_nav =
xml_document.Do cumentElement.C reateNavigator( );
XslCompiledTran sform l_xslt = new XslCompiledTran sform();
l_xslt.Load(xsl _document_locat ion);
l_xslt.Transfor m(l_nav, null, output_stream);
//l_xslt.Transfor m(l_nav, null, new
StreamWriter("T RANSFORMED.html "));

I have a link to a css document in the xsl code. If I uncomment the last
row, which stores the transform into a file, the file TRANSFORMED.htm l is
created and it looks just fine with the CSS styles applied. But if I only use
the line above and keep the resulting translation in RAM the css styles are
NOT applied when sending the translation to a
System.Windows. Forms.WebBrowse r, even though I have put the CSS file just
about everywhere. What am I doing wrong?
Jul 16 '08 #1
3 1039
Well, when you have it in RAM, how are you giving it to the
WebBrowser? It needs to resolve the css relative to the html...

Jul 16 '08 #2
Thanks Marc,

I don't "give" it at all. My thought is that it will resolve the link rel
file name and load it when it needs it. Won't that happen?


"Marc Gravell" wrote:
Well, when you have it in RAM, how are you giving it to the
WebBrowser? It needs to resolve the css relative to the html...

Jul 18 '08 #3
I have all the files belonging to my app in the same folder. Shouldn't that
be enough?

"Marc Gravell" wrote:
Well, when you have it in RAM, how are you giving it to the
WebBrowser? It needs to resolve the css relative to the html...

Jul 27 '08 #4

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