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Bookmarks tagged with “twitterbootstrap”

  1. Roots | Modern WordPress Development

    “Sage is a WordPress starter theme based on HTML5 Boilerplate, gulp, Bower, and Bootstrap” and “Bedrock is a modern WordPress stack that gets you started with the best development tools, practices, and project structure.” Sounds good.

  2. Bootstrap Slack

    I’m enjoying @mdo’s public Slack channel for Bootstrap. So much nicer than IRC.

  3. Code Guide by @mdo

    “Standards for developing flexible, durable, and sustainable HTML and CSS,” by Mark Otto, creator of Bootstrap. Not all my preference, but I do enjoy some rigour.

  4. kristopolous/BOOTSTRA.386

    “Bootstrap/386 is a Twitter bootstrap v2 theme to make webpages look like they are from the 1980s.” Nicely done. (via Waxy)

  5. Bootstrap 2.x to 3.0 Migration Guide

    For moving Twitter Bootstrap sites to the new version. There doesn’t seem to be anything like this in the official 3.0 docs. Yet, at least.

  6. Geocities as Style and Marketing Gimmick @divshot | One Terabyte of Kilobyte Age

    I’ve had “Geocities WordPress theme” as a “someday” project for ages. Maybe I should cross it off now. Geocities styles for Twitter Bootstrap and Tumblr.

  7. Flat UI Free - PSD&HTML User Interface Kit - Designmodo

    Looks interesting for quickly making things look nice. (via @paulpod)

  8. Issue #3057: bootstrap-dropdown.js clearMenus() needs ; at the end · twitter/bootstrap

    Long, long discussion over whether to use a semi-colon or not. Saved to show non-coders how important the smallest details can be. And, also, USE SEMI-COLONS, WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?!

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