Web design, web development and the Bootstrap framework
Consumed => “Twitter Bootstrap Tutorial – Handling Complex Designs” by Syed Fazle Rahman on SitePoint.
=> My value add (i.e., left a comment)…
Some thoughts to share:
1) Do checkout http://www.Pingendo.com.
2) FYI – In the world of Bootstrap, if you’re wanting to do responsive then right col is probably better than left.
3) There’s a CDN for Bootstrap: http://BootstrapCDN.com.
4) @import? Really?
5) Can you lean towards Bootstrap 3.0 (i.e., mention changes and/or upcoming features that effect what you might be saying now)? From what I understand 3.0 is due fairly soon.
6) For inspiration I find http://WrapBootstrap.com to have a nice collection of templates.
7) Pardon the self-promotion but for WordPress designers / developers I want to mention that I’m building out a theme / framework that’s “Bootstrap-friendly”. It’s called WP ezBoilerStrap. I should have a beta ready in the next couple weeks. Just ask The Google.
8) I believe that officially it’s now known just as Bootstrap (not Twitter Bootstrap).