jQuery Mobile Site

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A simple site template for creating MVC 3 Razor Syntax jQuery Mobile Sites. References the latest builds of jQuery Mobile javascript and CSS.

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  • Local iis7 + css
    1 Posts | Last post March 30, 2012
    • Hi Jacob,
      
      I am trying to setup a project on local iis7 server. The site starts fine, but the css (static contents) are not showing. I have done some research and tried a few things already:
      
      Window Features - Common HTTP Features - Static Content is checked.
      Application Pool on ver.4.0, Integrated.
      
      Is there any help or useful links you can give me?
      
      Best Regards
      
      
  • Unable to edit Index.cshtml
    2 Posts | Last post December 22, 2011
    • Jacob, thank you very much for creating and sharing your template.
      
      Could you help with the following issue:  
      After creating a brand new project, I’m able to run it and see the home page. 
      
      When I’m trying to edit the Index or About schtml files, I’m getting the “Inconsistent Line Endings” message form VS2010 which wants to normalize the line endings. 
      
      No matter what I do next (Yes or No), the whole “@section Header {“ line gets highlighted in yellow (BTW, I’m just starting with JQuery and MVC and not familiar with this syntax) and after that when I’m trying to run a page,  I’m getting the following error in the browser:   “Unable to cast object of type 'ASP._Page_Views_Home_Index_cshtml' to type 'System.Web.IHttpHandler”.
      
      When I’m trying to comment out the “@section Header” or even remove it completely, I’m getting the same error in the browser.  Not sure what to do next. Could you help?
      Thanks, Victor
      
    • When you run the site, you probably have the .cshtml file open in the editor.  Check and see if your URL is something like http://localhost:123/Views/Home/Index.cshtml.  If it is, remove everything past the http://localhost:123/ and try that (of course, your port will be different).
  • jQuery Mobile 1.0 RTM
    2 Posts | Last post November 30, 2011
    • The jQuery Mobile 1.0 RTM has been released.  When will you post an update for this? :-)
    • The site template references the latest jQuery Mobile scripts and css files by default.  So, unless you change them in the _Layout.cshtml file, you should always have the latest release by default.