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We have an ExpressionEngine installation. The CSS templates are stored in a directory called /na_cms/expressionengine/templates/default_site/

When EE parses these out, the path becomes /css/c

EE does not change the path, I'm reckoning it is a symbolic link. How can I find where that is setup?

Also, Javascript files are in the directory but the links parse out to /j

It is not being done in .htaccess.

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Assuming I don't misunderstand the question, try ls -al /na_cms, then ls -al /na_cms/expressionengine, then... well, you get the idea. That's what I tend to do, anyway!

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going all the way up the chain, I don't see any link listings. – MB34 Jun 14 '12 at 15:29
OK, then you know that your earlier hypothesis - that it's a symbolic link - is wrong. – MadHatter Jun 14 '12 at 15:30

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