Boost Version: 2018051400
I am using Rick Jerz's Boost preset and CSS
It was working perfectly fine with Moodle 3.4
Image from Test Server
but when I try to use these settings on my production site with Moolde 3.5 it looks like this
Moodle 3.5 with default preset and Rick's CSS
Rick or Mary,
Is there a way to fix this?
You may also find the following link useful as I noticed that most of your preset is out of date and therefore needs changing.
Also I am not sure if the information Chris gave you is relavent in this case.
Yep Mary, as you have seen this conversation, I do realize that my old preset is out of date. So I think that I am going to begin from scratch. I think that I can start with the "default.scss" that is in the boost/scss/preset folder of moodle, but do you recommend a different starting point? Of course, I will make a copy of default.scss and name it something else so that I don't destroy default.scss.
Mary and Chris, I do notice that Chris' lines are in the "default.scss" preset. So this seems to be a good place to start.
For the Fordson theme I had to start from scratch using the default preset and build from there. That's why for Moodle 3.5 I only included 3 Style Presets.
Each of my previous presets were broken at some point. It was taking so long to find and fix that I just decided to start anew.
Glad it got you going in the right direction. The one thing I noticed is that the current Boost theme is very consistent with buttons and other elements. I am really impressed with how far they've come with this release.
You could start with the default.scss, or with any of the Bootstrap Presets that either Bas or I did (mine are in Waxed, Bas' are on github), or use the CLI with Boost to create one from the bootswatches.
I intially started with default, but switched to one of the bootswatch presets as my base.
One thing to note with the bootswatch presets, if you create your own, is that you need to remove the font @import line and add that separately as a <link> in head or a css file.
Yes, start off with latest Boost default.scss
I much prefer SCSS I also like the new CSS class selectors in this new version of Bootstrap too. If used correctly it should save download time.
I have not checked yet but I saw a problem in Boost 3.4 layout. I think the region-main-box is not needed as it is not displaying correctly. Either lose it or add a clearfix class to it!
Okay, Chris, Richard, and Mary.
I have made some progress. Yes, I began with default.scss. I made just a few changes in this preset file, but right now I am working with the Raw SCSS dialog box and CSS code.
Things are progressing very well. I might be ready to go on Monday (I have travel to do this weekend, so I am kind of slow right now.)
Thanks for your help.
Hi Chris, your recommendation worked for me, and hopefully, it will work for Mike and others. In my own present, there were two lines that were there:
// Import everything.
I replaced this with your code, loaded a copy of my present (before it was rj-preset02.scss and now it is rj-preset04.scss), dropped this into Boost, pointed Boost to it, and it worked.
Yes, it worked, but it looks like I am going to want to make some changes.
(Mike, below is my newer preset that works.)
Mike, here is some pretty good progress to date. There are two files attached.
rj-preset35.scss is the new preset. I made only a few modifications in this file, based upon the default.scss file.
rj-Raw_SCSS.css (in a second post) is the Raw SCSS CSS code that you copy/paste into Boost's RAW SCSS dialog box. I too some of Mary's guidance and moved code that I used to have in the preset into the RAW SCSS dialog box so that it is a little easier to experiment.
Let me know if you find anything looking odd.
I still have this in my experimental moodle, but plan to upgrade my production moodle to from 3.4 to 3.5 in a few more days, after I explore other changes that 3.5 has in it.
Thank you Rick. It looks great!
Great to hear this, Mike. I might be tweaking this over the next several weeks. I try to keep you informed. (I plan to put this information on my webpage for my last year presentation, MoodleMoot2017 (US and Mountain), "Making Boost do MORE".)