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the directory is getting served wrong in truffle and I can't figure out where to change it....

The terminal response is...

Couldn't find file at .//app/app.js.

My build file.......

module.exports = {
          build: {
            "index.html": "index.html",
            "app.js": [
              "javascripts/app.js"
            ],
            "app.css": [
              "css/app.css"
            ],
            "images/": "images/"
          },
          rpc: {
            host: "localhost",
            port: 8545
          }
        };

My index.html file .......

    <link href="./css/app.css" rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
    <script src="./javascripts/app.js"></script>

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app.css is a bundle which contains "css/app.css" and could contain many other css files. The bundle app.css is a concat of each file. That way your bundle app.css is available at the root level href=". /app.css" Same thing for app.js

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  • Great thanks! If I want to add other css files can I add it to the app.css list........ "app.css": [ "css/app.css" , "css/othercssfile.css" ],
    – ethereal
    Jan 19, 2017 at 18:54
  • Exactly, put all your css files in the array [] and they will be merged by truffle into a unique file app.css before nodejs starts. Jan 19, 2017 at 19:37

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