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  • #14948

    Hi,

    I bought Choices theme with the goal of using it in a custom asp.net mvc 4 application that I currently build.

    What I want to do is to port some of the elements in my project.

    So I’ve imported grid. layout. shortcodes and slideshow.css into my page and then I created a new css file aclled dynamic.css and took all of the dynamic css (colors) and pasted that code into my newly created css file.

    Yet, I can’t see any of those colors.

    I’m sure my question is a very general one, and I will try to come up with something that makes more sense.

    But I would like to know, is there any way to use this theme in a custom web project ? Do you have a road map on what to do to use it ?

    Thank you

    #85644

    Hi Andrei,

    An interesting approach, but unfortunately I can’t help you. Maybe someone else on the team here can, but I think for a question like this, your best bet is to ask on a wp/.net forum who deal with these sorts of projects. Sorry.

    Thanks,

    Nick

    #85645

    Hi Nick,

    And thanks for the response.

    I got it to work yesterday, my problem was the result of a mistake.

    I guess the answer to my question would be:

    If you want to use the theme in other, let’s say custom projects(either .net, java, ruby, or other) you should include the css files provided, most of the javascript files, and create one more with the colors provided as dynamic content, or make your own dynamic colors injector, and that should work just fine.

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