I have a theme in my package, that handles special products/pages. Therefore I have copy-pasted the file bundle.xml to the folder app>...>layout>my_package>my_theme>bundle.xml and in there I do put (besides other stuff) this:

 <PRODUCT_TYPE_bundle translate="label" module="bundle">
        <label>Catalog Product View (Bundle)</label>
        <reference name="head">
            <action method="addItem"><type>skin_js</type><name>js/bundle.js</name></action>
            <action method="addItem"><type>skin_css</type><name>css/bundle.css</name></action>

And I have 2 problems now with that:

1. The bundle.js-file is taken from the base>default-package (what doesn't bother me any further) 2.

The bundle-css-file isn't taken at all. Although the file is put into skin>frontend>my_package>my_theme>css>bundle.css

I defined the use of my_theme within the needed pages and it uses all specially changed .phtml-files, but that one here is the only change that is actually done on the skins' folder. Do I need to put something additional on the dashboard or don't I get the point?

  • skin_js and skin_css have the same way skin/frontend/{package}/{theme} check if there are in your folders necessary files. Do you see in browser:view_source_code links to your files? – zhartaunik Apr 17 '15 at 15:03
  • bundle.css is in the correspong correct theme-folder. bundle.js not. And as said, in my sourcecode I see a reference-link to base-defaults' bundle.js but not for the bundle.css - file – Daiaiai Apr 17 '15 at 15:05

Not 100% this affects but your closing tag in bundle.xml might need to be </PRODUCT_TYPE_bundle> as opposed to just </PRODUCT>

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