just try it without the forward slash. in the chrome browser, use F12
developer tools to see if the CSS file is being loaded or not.


On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 7:12 AM, gio.cot <gio.cot@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Kevin

thanks for your patience



but my "mobile.css" is already in : "/www/articles/htdocs" .. is this
why
I don't understand why not works



or have not I understood anything?

Thanks





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