ADG styling rules are defined in a stylesheet that builds upon the existing Bootstrap Cerulean
theme from bootswatch. The two files combined make up the foundation of the ADG theme and user interface standards. it's recommended that all new ADG projects begin with this approach.
Reference from the CDN
The adg-standards.css file can be referenced from a CDN and included in projects with the link below. This is the recommended approach for all production applications and should be included after the bootstrap cerulean file.
Snippet: Links for including the Bootstrap Cerulean and ADG Standards files served from the ADG CDN.
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://adgstandards.azureedge.net/css/bootstrap-cerulean-3.3.5.min.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://adgstandards.azureedge.net/css/adg-standards-1.0.css">
Using a Local Copy
When using a local verion of the ADG Standards file, it's recommended to still use the CDN version for production applications. Changes made to a local file should be for development purposes only and can be recommended for future releases of the ADG Standards file.
A local copy can be useful for intellisense in Visual Studio.