Support » Plugin: WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS » Use your shortcodes in current bootstrap custom theme

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  • Plugin Author Paul G.

    (@paultgoodchild)

    Unfortunately not just yet.

    I have considered this as an option, but time and resources are a little limited at the moment.

    When you say performance, the only difference here is removing the line from the theme, and enabling this plugin include. It doesn’t do much else besides except a little extra on the admin end. The front end will have nothing more.

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    OK, thanks for your quick answer. I am looking it in more detail.

    Plugin Author Paul G.

    (@paultgoodchild)

    Cool, let me know if you have any questions as you go.

    And, if you want and you have a spare moment, could you leave a little review of the plugin if it meets your needs well?

    Cheers,
    Paul.

    Gabriel

    (@gabriel78h)

    I’m using “The Bootstrap” theme, and want to use this plugin for it’s LESS compiler and shortcodes. Currently, I replaced the bootstrap CSS and JS files in the theme directory with empty zero-byte placeholder files, which prevents errors and seems to work fine. I have to repeat this when upgrading the theme version.

    I’d like to know of a way to do this from the child-theme, so I don’t have to touch the theme files at all? Anyone?

    Plugin Author Paul G.

    (@paultgoodchild)

    Does the theme use the standard WordPress enqueue methods for enqueue the CSS and the scripts?

    Gabriel

    (@gabriel78h)

    Yes, I believe so.

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