3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2012 11:41 AM by justin_at_adobe

    Images not loading in CQ 5.5

    abhaymish1

      images from /etc/properties not loading in Adobe CQ 5.5? Does anyone have any solution to resolve the issue.

       

       

      We want images to be loaded for components.

       

       

      Thanks very much for your help..

       

       

      Thanks & Regards,

      Kumar

        • 1. Re: Images not loading in CQ 5.5
          justin_at_adobe Adobe Employee

          In author or publish? If publish, is it available if you directly access publish but not via the dispatcher?

          • 2. Re: Images not loading in CQ 5.5
            abhaymish1 Level 1

            Thanks Justin....

             

            This is for author/publish and it should be not the issue either the CQ instance is author or publish.

             

             

            Let me give you some more input.

             

            In CQ 5.4 the background image loading properly and image location is at  \etc\design\..\us\en\images

             

            And the following css just works fine.

            background: url("../../images/company.png") no-repeat scroll right -27px transparent;

                color: #232323;

               

             

            But same piece of code not working in CQ 5.5.

             

             

            We found in CQ5.5 some unnecessary urls appending to images and that makes the URL invalid.

             

             

            As per my understanding CQ5.5 should support backword compatability i.e. CQ 5.4 components should work fine in CQ 5.5.

             

             

            Please help me with this.Thank you.

             

             

             

            Thanks & Regards,

            Kumar

             


            • 3. Re: Images not loading in CQ 5.5
              justin_at_adobe Adobe Employee

              I don't understand. Your original message was that images weren't serving from /etc/properties, but your second message talks about CSS and /etc/design.