* @author Mikey
* @date 2011-08-20 02:28:12
* @shorturl http://kwn.me/1ob8
$this->Post->read('Twitter Bootstrap - It's awesome.');
It has some cool things you can incorporate, you can either go for the "full blown twitter clone" look, or you can just snag bits and pieces.
Personal favourites include the more subtle touches, less used on the actual twitter site, they are:
The BRILLIANT CSS styled "Alert" boxes
The easy to use layouts
The very nice buttons
The Popovers :D
I would link to them all but they're all on the same page, so simply go check the whole thing out. http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/
Saturday August, 27 2011 18:33:29
I love it, I am not a massive fan of less in a normal environment (using the .js compiler) though I actually plan on using less with a node.js app I am creating... I know they also give a pre-compiled .css but this doesn't leave much room for editing the code/variables as using the .less would do.
Saturday August, 27 2011 18:53:08
This looks nice. But I am not entirely sure if this is a reliable way to create websites. You can do those kind of things with HTML 5 and CSS3 nowadays. So, IMO, its better to build your own site from scratch.