Last post Aug 13, 2018 09:21 AM by Xing Zou
Aug 10, 2018 11:52 AM|GeneralRight|LINK
it and successfully integrated in Visual Studio and to my project. The firs thing that I did was to install jquery and bootstrap. Then, I installed bootstrap-table as well. When I opened my website to see if everything was Ok, I saw that my website was completely
messed up (photo bellow). I thought that I should remove the packages that I installed, so through yarn again, I removed jquery, bootstrap and bootstrap-table. I opened my website again, but I saw again the same mess. I tried to replace everything under the
wwwroot folder with the default wwwroot file that I got from a simple "HelloWorld" project, but still the same. Anyway, here is a photo of how my website index (the default asp.net core index) looks like right now:
As you can see everything is messed up. There is not even my menu in there. I am so frustrated right now that I feel like quitting, so if there is anyone that can tip me on how to fix that mess, it would be great.
Thank you in advance!
Aug 10, 2018 02:47 PM|bruce (sqlwork.com)|LINK
we would need to know the type of client build script you are using. the one of build steps usually copies files from the source/build folder to wwwroot. so replacing file in wwwroot will be overridden when you build.
as you did not change the markup, you either are not loading the correct css, or its not found. use the browsers debugger to see. also the default template uses either bootstrap 4, or bootstrap 3. your's looks like the bootstrap 3 template, but you should
check. you need to be sure you installed the matching bootstrap css files.
Aug 13, 2018 09:21 AM|Xing Zou|LINK
You could give us more details,including the versions of files you have installed.(Bootstrap,jquery...)
Could you share your project to us in order to find out your problem?