changes in bswp-custom.less don't apply #51

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gereby opened this Issue Jun 19, 2012 · 11 comments

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@gereby

having the latest .87 version installed, changes to the layout in bswp-custom.less don't appy. there're no hints for further installation setting to be found. so, is this a bug?

@scotthenning

Same issue - not even style.css was loaded - only when I loaded it in functions.php did it override anything.

@rachelbaker rachelbaker was assigned Jun 21, 2012
@rachelbaker
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You would need to recompile the /less/bootstrapwp.less file.

More about LESS: http://lesscss.org/#-client-side-usage

There are apps that will do this for you:
http://incident57.com/less/ (OSX)
http://wearekiss.com/simpless (OSX)
http://crunchapp.net/ (OSX/WIN/)
etc....

@justincone

Thanks for responding to this thread, Rachel! I'm loving BootstrapWP, but I'm having the same trouble as the posters above. I've recompiled bootstrapwp.less, but none of my CSS in bswp-custom.less is being applied.

I've successfully worked with LESS on a couple other sites. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. Any ideas?

@ginfuru

@justincone How are you compiling, would be the next question.

@justincone

I'm compiling my code locally with CodeKit. This is terrible to admit, but I've fixed my issue — only I can't remember what I did.

I know that added the following code to functions.php in the CSS Loading section:

wp_enqueue_style('responsive', get_template_directory_uri().'/css/responsive.css', false );

But shouldn't have mattered for my above problem. Damn. Wish I'd written down my solution. :-\

@ginfuru

@justincone Glad you figured it out 😃 Just be sure to close your issue

@justincone

Oh, I didn't create this issue. I just piggybacked onto it. :-)

@wesweat

hi i am directly adding some custom styles to bootstrapwp.css, but i want to use less and crunch compiler how do i compile? Do i need to select all the .less files and compile into bootstrapwp.css?? Any simple tutorial?

regards.
Barry

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