Controller-specific stylesheets and stylesheet_link_tag and

Hello,

I would like to use controller-specific stylesheets instead of the usual
application.css. So, if a page were rendered by controller Foo it
would include only the stylesheet whose source is
app/assets/stylesheets/foo.css.scss.

I am using Rails 4.0.x.

I tried replacing

 stylesheet_link_tag('application')

with

 stylesheet_link_tag(params[:controller])

in the default layout as suggested by the assets guide [1] but is not
producing the expected effects.

The first statement returns

 <link href="/assets/application.css?body=1" …

while the second returns

 <link href="/stylesheets/foo.css" …

How can I make my controller-specific stylesheet go through the assets
pipeline?

Bye,

[1] http://guides.rubyonrails.org/v4.0.6/asset_pipeline.html


Gioele B. [email protected]

You can use a specific css file for each controller, just called the css
file like your controller:
app/assets/stylesheets/greetings.css.scss

Also you can use the params[:controller] in your layout to load styles
only
for a specific controller( I don’t know if that is a good practice)
like:

if params[:controller] == “greeting”

end

Matt’s

Am 27.06.2014 16:40, schrieb Carlos M.:

You can use a specific css file for each controller, just called the css
file like your controller:
| app/assets/stylesheets/greetings.css.scss|

Hi,

this is exactly what I have, yet the stylesheet_link_tag method does
not behave in the way I am expecting it to behave.

Bye,

On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 10:30 AM, Gioele B.

So, if a page were rendered by controller Foo it would include only
the stylesheet whose source is app/assets/stylesheets/foo.css.scss.


Gioele B. [email protected]

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