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Where should I place Bootstrap template?

 
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I just came to know that there is a standard maven directory structure that one must adhere to and so I re-do my project using Maven archetype-webapp.

However, the jsp page is not taking in the bootstrap as before.

This bootstrap template consist of the css, font files in order to make the site looks the way I want it.

So far, I have attempted to put it at src/main/resources like this :

src
  ->main
     -> java
        ->business
        ->Controller
        -> model
      resources
      -> webapp
          >WebContent -> Bootstrap
          >web-INF

But, it is just not rendering the template layout

So, this layout is basically the one suggested at

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/15529184/where-to-place-twitter-bootstrap-files-in-a-maven-project

Even, when I tried out the The "src/main/webapp" folder, it is also not working.

Please help me out on this cos it's driving me crazy and really I doubt I will ever complete my project......may be even when I become so old and can't walk also cant complete it
 
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