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How do I get a static link to my static file in Zend layout.phtml? I'm a newbie in Zend.

I mean that I have to create something like in the snippet. What do I put instead of "...."?
<img src='<?= $this->url (....) ?>' />

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Question by:technoparkcorp
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Hi,

You can use the front controller to get the base url for your application. Then you can append to your images quite easily.

<img src="<?php echo Zend_Controller_Front::getInstance()->getBaseUrl();?>/images/test.gif" />

Kind regards

Arnoud
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you can just set it to the url if you like such as <img src='/images/icon.gif" />
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