Twitter Bootstrap

Once again, I’m always looking for cool tools and resources out there to help make my life easier.  A buddy of mine mentioned Twitter Bootstrap a couple days ago, and of course I go and download it and begin testing it out.  It took me all but 15 minutes or so to have a functional layout in place which had responsive CSS already in place.  Of course that 15 minutes includes just using their sample template with no customizations done to it.

I can see how it can speed things up A LOT, once you get to know all their class names.  Their class names are the driving force behind the entire thing.

This page here: sums it up very nice.  Overall, I’ll continue to use Twitter Bootstrap so my next project I can make an educated decision on what layout/template/css route I would like to take, right now I’m leaning towards Bootstrap 🙂

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Comments 2

  1. Olivia

    Hi there!
    We tried your plugin in our sandbox and it worked awesome- but now that we have gone live I can’t get it to work. Whenever I add a staff person, it overrides the previous staff person. Bummer– because this seems like a really cool plugin.

    thought I’d let you know there is a problem.

    1. Post

      Yes, I’ll be taking a look at this issue as well. I also use a development / staging / and production environment so I’ll see what I can do.

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