Just bought and as previous comment I can find MVC5 source code either.
Please help ...
As I replied above, please download the zip again and check in it. The code must be there. If not let me know.
Downloaded again and what we are seeing in MVC5 folder is a published version of the project. Thats the code that you are supposed to upload to your server like source-code. In only contains views(html) and binaries.
What we need is the project-folder so we can edit the controlers and add new ones and create script-bundles etc and compile new code.
The folder structure should contain folders like :
And files like :
as stated by ZnowDog, i am also facing the same problem.
for example you wrote @Scripts.Render("~/bundles/nice-scroll") in _Layout.cshtml file line no 332.
but there is no bundles folder at all in project, how it will be render properly?
Could you please let me know wheter you loaded bundles folder or not if not could you please update it
Thankyou in advance.
i can not see any file menu-core-icons-pages-components under content folder
please check the files.
You don't seem to have bundled the light red 2 theme available on your demo here http://coderthemes.com/flacto/light_red_2_light/index.html
Can I please have a link to download it?
For light version, you'll just need to include menu_light.css in your html file. Remove the menu.css from it.
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