ASP.NET MVC: Free Responsive Templates

This post shows you How to use free Responsive Admin Templates & Best Responsive Themes in ASP.NET Identity MVC.

AdminLTE Bootstrap Admin Dashboard Template is a popular open-source admin dashboard template built with Bootstrap. It provides a responsive and customizable interface for building admin panels, control panels, and dashboards for web applications.

AdminLTE comes with a variety of pre-designed components, plugins, and widgets to help developers create sleek and functional user interfaces quickly. It's built on top of Bootstrap and offers a wide range of responsive, reusable, and commonly used components.

AdminLTE 2.1

How to download AdminLTE template?

To get started with AdminLTE, you can download the template files from the official website

Here are some key features that AdminLTE includes

  1. Responsive Design: AdminLTE is built on Bootstrap, making it fully responsive and compatible with various devices and screen sizes.

  2. Customizable: Developers can easily customize AdminLTE's layout, colors, and components to match their application's branding and requirements.

  3. Pre-designed Components: AdminLTE provides a wide range of UI components such as buttons, forms, tables, charts, and more, saving developers time and effort in designing these elements from scratch.

  4. Plugins and Widgets: It includes several useful plugins and widgets like calendars, charts (using Chart.js and Flot), data tables (using DataTables), and more.

  5. Documentation and Support: AdminLTE comes with comprehensive documentation and support, including starter templates, code snippets, and a community forum.

Create a new ASP.NET MVC project, then copy the AdminLTE template into your ASP.NET MVC project.

How to custom layout in ASP.NET MVC

To custom layout for ASP.NET MVC project, you can open _Layout file or create a new layout file.

The _Layout.cshtml file as same as MasterPage in ASP.NET WebForm.

Finally, Just copy all the html tags in the index.html file into _Layout.cshml in the View\Shared directory, and don't forget to include the css and js.

At the section that you want to render child component you should use the tag below.


This tag will render your child html content in the section you specified.