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If It Exists, There Is A Twitter Bootstrap Version of It

Bootstrap is used for just about everything. Hell, the topic of bootstrap brings me most of my traffic! It’s hot, it’s still somewhat new, and it’s also a source of controversy. Well, here’s my thing. It’s a great tool, but not only for rapid creation of prototypes, it’s a great tool to layout a foundation for your site. In this article, we’ll be exploring all of the places that Twitter Bootstrap has become integrated.

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Kirby CMS Theme: From Start to Zurb Foundation

I will be walking you through a quick Kirby CMS installation and setup and then quick kirby cms theme creation with Zurb Foundation. Zurb, being a great company that recently acquired Forrst, and is hoping to revive the community. Zurb Foundation being their tool which rivals Twitter’s Bootstrap on every front. They even have their own icon font!

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How To Start Being A Web Developer (Quickly)

Big questions that’s often asked on a variety of forums. “What can I do to become a developer?” The question has puzzled many and often yields a list of books (that no one other than the poster has/will read), list of websites (that are WAY too advanced), and a battle over languages and definitions. Very pointless.

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Customize Twitter Bootstrap To Not Look Bootstrap-y

LEASE, if you do use Bootstrap for just about everything be courteous to your audience and change up some of the basic variables so it doesn’t look all the same! I just tested a really cool app and was SO disappointed that it used bootstrap. I’m sick of seeing the same damn buttons. I’m sick of seeing that same damn toolbar up top. It’s driving me crazy.

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