Results for tag less
  • Compile Less to CSS
    Adrià Gual    —       —    Question

    Hi,I'm using Kentico 13 .NET Core MVC and currently I'm trying to make some changes in Site.less and Menu.less files located in wwwroot/Content/Styles.In the _Layout.cshtml view, by default, Kentic...

  • Getting error loading Kentico page: System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Length cannot be less than
    AI Support    —       —    Question

    Hi, I'm getting an error loading Can you take a look at my global.asax.cs file? I have pored over the code but I cannot figure what needs to get changed to get rid of the error...

  • Using Bootstrap in Kentico
    Eric Dugre    —       —    Knowledge Base Article

    Bootstrap is a popular LESS/Sass-based CSS library for creating responsive websites. This article will go over how to begin using Bootstrap in your Kentico site.

  • Modifying the Dashboard Styling in Kentico 10
    Bryan Soltis    —       —    Article

    Everyone enjoys when an application is familiar to them. Whether it’s the styling or imagery, providing a consistent and familiar experience for your users is a critical step in developing a site. Kentico has long provided developers ways to customize the interface and in Kentico 10 we made it even easier. In this blog, I’ll show you how you can easily modify the admin dashboard using your own styling.

  • Externall edit LESS files, and see then within the admin CSS section
    Mark Handy    —       —    Question

    I'm working out the kinks for a new build. I've add the LESS module and can see the language options when i go to create a CSS file in the admin. I would rather work on the LESS files externally, a...

  • What's the best practice with Kentico 8.2 and LESS files
    Mark Handy    —       —   

    I'm working on a new site within Kentico, and the plan is a combination of portal and code via Visual Studio. I had originally thought i would use SASS, but read and implemented the LESS module. So...

  • Is it possible to create CSS style sheets outside of Kentico with either SASS or LESS?
    Lucas Johnson    —       —    Question

    Hello all,I'm building my first Kentico 8.2 project from scratch and I am wondering whether or not it is possible to edit the style sheet externally from the CMS? For example, I would like to edit ...

  • Kentico 8 Technology – Design System
    Ondrej Vasil    —       —    Article

    You’ve already seen many tweets and posts about the new fancy Kentico 8. Among other features, it brings a new admin experience through the updated user interface, which has been completely redesigned and is light and fresh. From a web development point of view, it was really tough to make it consistent, but at the same time, it was definitely full of web development excitement. Working without a system in place would get us into huge trouble. With this in mind, I'd like to briefly describe what concepts, tools and blocks we used so that you have an overview of "what´s inside".  This will give you a better starting point for your customizations and module development.

  • Less workflow
    James Jarrett    —       —    Question

    As soon as we upgrade to Kentico 8 one of the first things I want to do is reimagine our CSS using LESS.Right now I use a couple dozen different CSS @files@ to keep things manageable. I put togethe...

  • Doing more with {LESS}
    Milan Kačurák    —       —    Article

    I am always looking for tools that could make my work more effective. Even though CSS is a pretty straightforward yet powerful language, writing thousands of lines of code can get tiring sometimes. Fortunately I am not the only one who has such feelings. Alexis Sellier has developed a dynamic stylesheet language called LESS which extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, nesting, operations and functions. I am really proud and happy that Jakub Oczko and his team integrated LESS into Kentico CMS. This is something Web Designers and Web Developers using Kentico CMS should celebrate. In honor of this occasion I would like to provide you with a little insight as to how LESS works.