Once you create pages and templates in Sitefinity CMS, you need to modify their markup and style them. You do this with the help of resource packages. They group your resources in separate folders and apply these resources on your pages and templates. A package can contain style sheets, scripts, images, task running configuration, widget templates, and layout templates.
Sitefinity CMS automatically creates a ResourcePackages folder in the root of your project. This folder contains all resource packages. By default, with Sitefinity CMS you get the Bootstrap package but you can add your own packages in the ResourcePackages folder.
You can have several packages with different package names. However, a specific page or page template can only use one package.
Sitefinity CMS comes with Bootstrap resource package, installed out-of-the-box and added to your project. The Bootstrap package contains frontend assets, CSS source files, widget templates, based on the framework, such as News, Blogs, Images, and so on. The package also contains Sitefinity CMS Bootstrap theme, and grunt configuration.
Minimal is a basic package, which contains all default templates of the frontend widgets, such as News, Blogs, and Images, as plain HTML, minimal CSS, and a basic grunt configuration.
RECOMMENDATION: We recommend you to use the Minimal package in case you want to use a frontend framework other than Bootstrap. Like the Bootsrap package, Minimal has a task-runner configuration that helps processing styles, scripts, images, and so on.
The structure of the Minimal resource package is the same as that of the Bootstrap package, as it also contains minimal front-end assets, widget templates, grid widget templates and grunt configuration. For more information, see GitHub Minimal repository.
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