I've got the following Stash plugin module definition:
<web-item key="header" name="My Header" weight="40" section="header.global.secondary"> <styleClass>total</styleClass> <tooltip>Total</tooltip> <resource type="download" name="total.css" location="css/total.css"/> <condition class="com.atlassian.stash.web.conditions.IsLoggedInCondition"/> <context-provider class="plugin.contextproviders.TotalContextProvider"/> <label>$total dollars</label> </web-item>
However, when I start up Stash (atlas-run) the styling I've included in total.css (making the background-color red) isn't being applied. I can't see the total.css file included anywhere when I use Chrome Dev Tools to try and find it, and the style applies fine if I manually edit the css in Chrome Dev Tools.
Any idea why the style isn't being applied and why I can't see the CSS being downloaded/included anywhere?
I'm afraid to say that it appears that web-items don't support download resources. You'll have to add the resource another way. You could do that with with an extra web-resource (or stash-resource) with a context (like global or atl.general).
Using atl.general is not recommended, as it adds your resources to every page in Stash. Unless you actually need to target every page, please take a look at https://developer.atlassian.com/stash/docs/latest/reference/web-resource-contexts.html for a more appropriate context (nb: atl.general does not hit admin pages)
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