ResolveUrl Path Receives Error: "Too Many Characters In Character Literal"?

Apr 1, 2010

I am trying to do a correct path javascript like this to an image but when compiling this code, I receive the error:

"Too many characters in character literal"

I have tried to figure it out but it seems correct but something might be wrong. I have to use ResolveUrl to go back to the rootdirectory.

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