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Have just installed Umbraco 4.5.2 with Runway for the first time using the web installer. No problems during installation. When opening the site it looks like below. No styles?
Runway gives you a bare-bones website that introduces you to a set of well-defined conventions for building an umbraco website.
The Runway website is very simple in form and provided without any design or functionality. By installing Runway, you’ll begin with a minimal site built on best practices. You’ll also enjoy the benefits of speaking the same “language” as the rest of the umbraco community by using common properties and naming conventions.
Now that you know what Runway is, it is time to get started using Runway.
Pasted the HTML from the source in my post and it looks quite different from what I'm seing in my browser and as I'm unable to edit my post I have pasted a plain text representation of how it looks in my browser.
RunwayOff to a great start•Installing runway modules•Go further•Getting started•Faq•Search•Gallery•jCarousel•Accordian•Latest from the Umbraco Blog•Installing runway modules•Go further•Getting started•FaqFunctionalityLook & FeelSubmit a questionChange functionalityHide from navigationCategoriesWhat is this Runway module?You have other questions? •Search•GalleryCodeGarden 2008Core TeamDoug Guitar HeroKeynoteNiels HartvigOpen SpacePaul SterlingPer Ploug HansenT ShirtCodeGarden US 2008Bob Baty BarrNiels And PerNielshartvigNiels Hartvig DemoingOpen Space SessionPackage Contest WinnerPer Keynoting•jCarousel•AccordianAccordian topic #1Accordian topic #2Accordian topic #3•Latest from the Umbraco Blog Runway gives you a bare-bones website that introduces you to a set of well-defined conventions for building an umbraco website.The Runway website is very simple in form and provided without any design or functionality. By installing Runway, you’ll begin with a minimal site built on best practices. You’ll also enjoy the benefits of speaking the same “language” as the rest of the umbraco community by using common properties and naming conventions.Now that you know what Runway is, it is time to get started using Runway.Sitemap Contact us
look in your master template, and check that there is a stylesheet refference
Yes (in RunwayMaster.master). It's a brand new installation - nothing has been touched at all.
Sounds weird. Try uninstalling runway, and install it again.
It should work just fine
Trying to uninstall Runway from Umbraco just throws an error:
Tried another install without Runway. Installed CWS instead of Runway - same result - no styles.
Have tried 3 different machines now (2 x Vista and 1 x Windows 7) - the same result - no styles at all...
looking at your screenshot, indicates, that some css must be pressent. Otherwise it would look quite different. Try downloading another umbraco build.
I just installed runway again. and there is no problem at all. Have you tried putting your umbraco on the internet, so we can tjek your umbraco solution?
My first post isn't correct as this forum applied some styles when pasting the HTML source, but I wasn't able to edit it (got an error trying).
My second post is more correct even though it's a plain text represenation. Only thing missing is header and links.
Have tried 4.5.1 as well. It looks slightly different, but not correct.
I can't put my Umbraco on the Internet at the moment, but please note I havent changed any thing at all - just installed.
I have also tried out the Create Website Starter - some result - no styles.
It might be some IIS settings but I'm just not able to fugure out wich ones.
are you running asp.net 4. could it be some security settings on your folders?
Running .NET 3.5.
I have given full access to all forlder to every one - just in case :-)
Changing style sheets reference from /css/ to \css\ solves the style sheet problem!? Still there's issues e.g. with images.
BTW: When running Umbraco from Cassini there's no problems.
Not installing Umbraco in a virtual folder solves the problem.
Both the web-installer and http://our.umbraco.org/wiki/install-and-setup/how-to-install-umbraco-on-windows-server-2008 suggest af virtual folder.
I had similar issues. Still a newbie and learning loads from folk on here. Hope info below is of help.
Create DB and umbraco user login with db_datareader, db_datawriter, db_ddladmin, db_securityadmin and public roles checked for on the user mapping page
Create a folder c:\umbracosites\site1
In IIS manager create a new site and point it at c:\Umbraco\site1
Install Umbraco using WPI, when it asks where to install be sure to point it at the site you created(It will asume default site otherwise)
This works on IIS 6 and 7
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