- Gives Bootstrap styles to widgets: “Categories,” “Archives,” “Pages,” “Search,” “Recent Posts,” “Recent Comments,” “Custom Menu,” “Meta,” and “Tag Cloud.”
- Fast: must have Bootstrap 3 because it only sends one small file to the browser.
- Disable plugin for certain widgets, using “Settings” page.
- Works with all widgets in Bootstrap themes “evolve,” and “Unite.” Mostly works on “DevDmBootstrap3” (except for “Search”). Doesn’t work at all on “The Bootstrap,” “Radiant,” “Customizr,” and “Inkzine.”
- Doesn’t work if you have more than one of each kind of widget on a page. For example, two “Categories” widgets.
- No setup needed, unless you want to disable it for certain widgets.
- Upload the bootstrap-widget-styling directory to your /wp-content/plugins directory.
- In the “Plugins” menu, find “Bootstrap Widget Styling,” and click “Activate.”
- If you would like to disable the plugin for certain widgets, click “Settings.”
- What does this require?
Twitter Bootstrap 3.
- Will this change the rest of my page’s styles?
No, this doesn’t output any stylesheets. It only formats widgets so they can use Bootstrap styles.
Contributors & Developers
“Bootstrap Widget Styling” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Added “Custom Menu” widget Bootstrap styling. The widget looks better when it has only one level of navigation.
- Fixed bug where warning appeared in strict mode.
- Integration with the plugin “Adapter Widget Rows.”
- Translation-ready, but no translations included.
- Tag cloud widget support added. Improved support for the customizer: widgets will be styled as they’re added.
- First version