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C# ASP.NET MVC Basics Views View Layouts

Jacob Dillson
Jacob Dillson
2,932 Points

My static files seem to not be rendered when the IIS is running....

I am currently running the .NET Core 1.0.1 and the default route for static files (i.e. css, js, e.t.c) are supposed to be under the wwwroot folder. For some reason even if I have my static files in there they do not render when the action method is called. Can anyone give me a possible explanation?

Thanks in advance...

1 Answer

Jacob Dillson
Jacob Dillson
2,932 Points

Problem solved, in your Dependencies folder right-click and go to Manage Nuget Packages. From there you need to download "Microsoft.AspNetCore.StaticFiles".

That will automatically add it to the .csproj file if you are used to manually adding the Package Reference

After that you need to go into your Startup.cs file and add the following code snippet into your Configure method:


Hopefully this was helpful, the link below is to the video I followed to fix the issue I was having.


Special thanks to Ugo Lattanzi for the helpful video!