Here’s an example of how you can generate and implement a nonce value in a CSHTML file (assuming you’re using ASP.NET MVC):

    var nonce = Guid.NewGuid().ToString();

<!DOCTYPE html>
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
    <title>CSHTML Nonce Example</title>
    <script src="" nonce="@nonce"></script>
    <script src="" nonce="@nonce"></script>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="" nonce="@nonce" />
    <style nonce="@nonce">
        /* Your custom styles here */
    <h1>CSHTML Nonce Example</h1>

    <!-- Your HTML content here -->

    <script nonce="@nonce">
        // Your JavaScript code here

In this example, a nonce value is generated using Guid.NewGuid().ToString() and stored in the nonce variable. The nonce is then used as an attribute value for the nonce attribute in the <script> and <link> tags, and as a value for the nonce attribute in the <style> tag. This ensures that the specified external resources (jQuery, Bootstrap CSS, and Bootstrap JavaScript) are loaded with the correct nonce value.

You can customize the HTML content, styles, and JavaScript code as needed. Just make sure to include the nonce="@nonce" attribute in any tags that load external resources or require the nonce value for security purposes.