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6/26/2013 5:40 AM

We are looking to create responsive skin using .less for a Dotnetnuke 7 installation

We have done this before by just writing the code and using winless to compile it and uploading the css.

This worked ok but having recently made an umbraco site with support for .less files (using uless) the process was a lot smoother

I have tried to research the subject but can't dig up anything more recent that this


Which are from 2010, so several versions of dnn ago

Has anyone got something like this working in a recent version?

If so does it break after upgrades

I would even consider using a 3rd party module if there is one available but i couldn't find one

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12/27/2013 5:56 AM

I had a similar problem where i wanted to use .less css files on DNN 7.x and i did it using DOtless integration.

Here is the blog for the same. Its having step by step instructions to integration less with DNN.

Hope it helps.
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