I have an ASP.NET master page that contains a header and footer enclosed in a table. The master page contains a link to my CSS file which my header login link uses for a roll-over button. I've setup CSS as follows:
This works perfectly upon loading my home page but navigating anywhere else results in the background image being stripped from the CSS. The relative path to the background image is EXACTLY the same as any of the pages I navigate to.
What's going here? How do I make my master page CSS survive posting?
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