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 Where to put pie.htc in Zendframework & what should be path? 
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Post Where to put pie.htc in Zendframework & what should be path?
I am working in Zend Frameworks. I used pie.htc to make CSS visible in older version of IE. I am struggling find out where to put pie.htc file and what should be its path in style.css file there.

Please help me into this issue?

Thanks in Advance!


Sat Mar 10, 2012 1:53 am
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Post Re: Where to put pie.htc in Zendframework & what should be p
http://css3pie.com/documentation/known- ... tive-paths

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The behavior URL

IE interprets the URL for the behavior property relative to the source HTML document, rather than relative to the CSS file like every other CSS property. This makes invoking the PIE behavior inconvenient, because the URL has to either be:

1. Absolute from the domain root — this makes the CSS not easily moveable between directories — or,
2. Relative to the HTML document — this makes the CSS not easily reusable between different HTML files.

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Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:04 am
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Post Re: Where to put pie.htc in Zendframework & what should be p
I have already tried all kind of permutations and combinations(relative and absolute path) but couldn't get the success in Zend Frameworks. Can you please describe it in Zend Frameworks that Where to put pie.htc & what should be its path in style.css file?


Sun Mar 11, 2012 12:02 am
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