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I don't know why I can't understand how to use thymeleaf. It's concept makes sense, split an html page into two so you have a header html page made up of code you don't want to change, and an index html page of content you do want to edit. But no matter what it won't fucking connect the classes.

https://stackoverflow.com/questions...

If anyone has experience with this you can take a look at my post here on it, maybe give some input. For now though I'm going to just run a single html file and make comments in my index page. :/

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    I've answered it. You made the same mistake I did when I was learning Thymeleaf
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    @killermenpl I'll try out a fix for it today. Thanks 😁
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    @killermenpl Ran the check today and it worked. You gotta love debugging stuff right? Thanks again dude.
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    @killermenpl Unfortunately it still broke on me after doing some edits on the test. Don't know what I'm missing from it. :(
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    Update your code one so and I'll take a look
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    @killermenpl I updated my source files. I'm running A-B testing to see if there's anything I might be missing. :)
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    @killermenpl Hey, I fixed it again. The issue was a conflict I had from runnning Apache Tomcat and my Spring Boot controller at the same time from dev ops in my IDE. My IDE was running Tomcat without checking if Spring Boot was running. OOPS.

    Thanks for all the help man. The issue was just hidden and I had to talk to my duck. :)
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    Glad I could be helpful and that it now works
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