This plugin should install as any other WordPress.org respository plugin.
Alternatively using FTP:
A new menu item will appear on the left-hand side called 'Twitter Bootstrap'. Click this menu and select Bootstrap CSS.
Select the CSS file as desired.
Our bread and butter is iControlWP multiple WordPress site management, which costs a few cents a month. Whenever you use iControlWP to manage your sites and your site is connected to the service, the plugin will automatically remove all marketing / ads from the admin interface.
So by using our services, you get a great service for one, and also support us by contributing and helping with the ongoing development of our plugins.
To understand why it makes sense to financially support free plugin development, please read: http://blog.pinboard.in/2011/12/don_t_be_a_free_user/
I've put a full demo page of all the fully support shortcodes in this plugin: Complete WordPress Twitter Bootstrap Shortcodes demo page
For all the shortcodes simply type help="y" and preview your post - it will print a box for you showing all parameters, their default values and an explanation where appropriate.
Time and resources. The work to maintain it and ensure it's bug-free was getting too great.
I've explained a bit more in this support forum post here.
No. There's no point in doing that and serves only to add a performance penalty to your page loads.
With version 0.4+, you can now add your own custom reset CSS that will follow the standard reset/Twittter Bootstrap CSS.
In all likelihood your site design/layout will change. How much so depends on which CSS you used and how much of your own customizations you have done.
There are severals reasons for this, most likely it is that you or your WordPress Theme has defined all the styles already in such a manner that the CSS applied with this plugin is overwritten.
CSS is hierarchical. This means that any styles defined that apply to an element that already has styles applied to it will take precedence over any previous styles.
The only caching plugin that iControlWP recommends, and has decent experience with, is W3 Total Cache.
This plugin will automatically flush your W3TC cache when you save changes on this plugin (assuming you have the other plugin installed).
Otherwise, consult your caching program's documentation.
We add a debug HTML comment right before the Bootstrap file(s) are inserted. This helps debug frontend issues with the plugin. You can get rid of this easily using any sort of minify plugin or using a line of code in your theme functions.php
add_filter( 'icwp_wptb_show_debug_comment', '__return_false' );
We also created the Multiple WordPress Site Manager (iControlWP) to make it easier for you manage all your WordPress sites in one place.
Yes, we created Custom Content By Country plugin that lets you display content to users in specific regions.
Yes, but only in the case of Yahoo! YUI 2/3, and Twitter Bootstrap CSS.
You now have the option to enable minified CSS or not.
This is likely due to you not linking to the latest version of JQuery. Twitter Bootstrap requires the latest version (v1.7.2 at the time of writing). There is now ( plugin v184.108.40.206+ ) an option to replace the JQuery of your WordPress installation with the latest version served from Google CDN. Try this if you're having issues with Popovers etc., or better yet upgrade your WordPress to the latest version.
Requires: 3.2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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