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Why Bundles is not working on certain files - ASP MVC

Posted on 2016-11-14
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Hi Experts,

I added a bunch of css previously and its working fine  in bundles config file . But last time added some more css and am not able to get the css . It throws no error and my site is loading without those css.


 bundles.Add(new StyleBundle("~/css/Home").Include(
                "~/css/grid12.css",
                "~/css/james_typography.css",
                "~/css/main.css",
                "~/css/color_scheme_light.css",
                "~/css/colors/color_palette_blue.css",
                "~/css/rapid-icons.css",
                "~/css/js_styles/jquery.maximage.min.css",
                "~/css/responsivity.css",
                "~/css/animate.css",
                "~/css/nivo-lightbox.css",
                "~/css/nivo_lightbox_themes/default/default.css",
                "~/css/owl.carousel.css",
                "~/css/owl.theme.css",
                "~/css/owl.transitions.css"
                ));

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Thanks in Advance Experts
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Question by:karthik80c
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Try it like this:
@Styles.Render("~/css/home.css")
bundles.Add(new StyleBundle("~/css/home.css").Include(
                "~/css/grid12.css",
                "~/css/james_typography.css",
                "~/css/main.css",
                "~/css/color_scheme_light.css",
                "~/css/colors/color_palette_blue.css",
                "~/css/rapid-icons.css",
                "~/css/js_styles/jquery.maximage.min.css",
                "~/css/responsivity.css",
                "~/css/animate.css",
                "~/css/nivo-lightbox.css",
                "~/css/nivo_lightbox_themes/default/default.css",
                "~/css/owl.carousel.css",
                "~/css/owl.theme.css",
                "~/css/owl.transitions.css"
                ));

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Make sure you don't have home.css in that directory
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by:karthik80c
ID: 41891341
Why we don't have  home.css in directory . Is there any reason on this
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by:SSupreme
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Because it creates virtual file, and if there is a file with same name it could break execution. You can give it any name as long as it doesn't exist in that folder.
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