Support » Theme: The Bootstrap » [Theme: The Bootstrap] Where did bootstrap.min.css come from?

  • Resolved douglaskastle

    (@douglaskastle)


    Hi There,

    Congrats on moving over to the forum.

    One of the things I wanted to do with my version of the theme was to limit the max container width to some thing smaller than 940px, more like 880px. So i went off and got the most recent bootstrap. Before I started messing with column widths I just tried to regenerate the existing bootstrap.min.css.

    I downloaded the most recent bootstrap and I installed nodejs, npm, less , jshint recess and uglify-js. When ‘make’ generated the two css files, bootstrap.css and bootstrap.responsive.css, I uploaded the latter to my server hosting ‘the-bootstrap’ theme, renamed to bootstrap.min.css (which I think it is). I was expecting everything to look the same, but the result is a page that looks like it has no css applied.

    I investigated the css files and it does look like a css sheet, it just won’t link to the theme.

    What is your flow for generating the bootstrap.css, is it different from how I described?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/the-bootstrap/

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  • KOB

    (@kobenland)

    Thanks! 🙂

    Right, I don’t use the big grey button on the project’s homepage.

    I use the bigger blue button on the customize page. With all checkboxes enabled, though.

    Oh cool, I didn’t know they had exposed it that way as well, that makes life so much easier. There’s me off trying to do it from the command line.

    jmjf

    (@jmjf)

    Another useful link for certain settings. Useful for experimenting with colors to plug into the Twitter customize page.

    http://stylebootstrap.info/

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