Blazor UI: Basic Theme
The Basic Theme is a theme implementation for the Blazor UI. It is a minimalist theme that doesn't add any styling on top of the plain Bootstrap. You can take the Basic Theme as the base theme and build your own theme or styling on top of it. See the Customization section.
See the Theming document to learn about themes.
This theme is already installed when you create a new solution using the startup templates. If you need to manually install it, follow the steps below:
- Install the Volo.Abp.AspNetCore.Components.WebAssembly.BasicTheme NuGet package to your web project.
[DependsOn(...)]attribute for your module class in the your Blazor UI project.
Volo.Abp.AspNetCore.Components.WebAssembly.BasicTheme.Themes.Basic.Appas the root component of your application in the
ConfigureServicesmethod of your module:
var builder = context.Services.GetSingletonInstance<WebAssemblyHostBuilder>(); builder.RootComponents.Add<App>("#ApplicationContainer");
#ApplicationContainer is a selector (like
<div id="ApplicationContainer">Loading...</div>) in the
Application Layout implements the following parts, in addition to the common parts mentioned above;
You have two options two customize this theme:
Overriding Styles / Components
In this approach, you continue to use the the theme as NuGet and NPM packages and customize the parts you need to. There are several ways to customize it;
Override the Styles
You can simply override the styles in the Global Styles file of your application.
Override the Components
See the Customization / Overriding Components to learn how you can replace components, customize and extend the user interface.
Copy & Customize
You can download the source code of the Basic Theme, copy the project content into your solution, re-arrange the package/module dependencies (see the Installation section above to understand how it was installed to the project) and freely customize the theme based on your application requirements.