Bootstrap 3.3.1 / 2.3.2
The World's most used frontend UI framework, a powerful toolkit for prototyping Web pages, created and catered by true professionals
Since Bootstrap is not officially used for Twitter's layout anymore (not entirely), the framework is now known only as Bootstrap.
Currently you can easily say Bootstrap is the number one CSS framework around and there won't be anyone to dispute the fact.
Widely regarded as a standard when it comes to Web user interface design, Bootstrap can also be used with mobile UIs since it always came with support for responsive layouts.
Bootstrap is actually one of the reasons responsive CSS frameworks are the hot thing right now in Web development.
Since it was launched Bootstrap has been the inspiration of many similar toolkits and an entire new marketplace for developers to make money on. Yes. If you can code Bootstrap themes you can make a lot of money right now.
Examples and lots of documentation is provided with the Bootstrap package, so get going and start making websites, themes and if you're lucky even some money.
Besides the standard CSS/Less version of Bootstrap, the development team has also launched a separate version for SASS: Bootstrap for Sass.
- Written in Less
- Compiled to CSS
- Cross-browser support
- Cross-platform support
- Mobile friendly
- Easy to skin
- Included components and widgets:
- Button groups
- Button dropdowns
- Input groups
- Navigation menus
- Page header
- Progress bars
- Media object
- List group
- Grid system
- Typography presets
- Table styles
- Form elements
- Modal windows
- Error messages
- Animations & transitions
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What's New in version 3.3.1
- Use HTML5 <footer> tag in examples.
- Replace deprecated uses of .pull-left & .pull-right in .media docs.
- Mention Safari font size issues with fixed-width .containers in Printing docs.
- Add event.relatedTarget + data-* example of how to vary modal content based on which button activated the modal.