Twitter Bootstrap Javascript now supported on WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS plugin

by Paul on September 30, 2011

We’ve just released version 0.3 of the WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS plugin for WordPress – now supporting the Twitter Bootstrap Javascript.

Not only can you include the Twitter Bootstrap CSS directly on your WordPress site, you can now include each of the individual Bootstrap Javascript libraries!

The WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS plugin is available for download directly from the WordPress.org plugin repository here.

What is available with the WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS plugin?

With our WordPress plugin, you have all of the following options:

  • include Twitter Bootstrap CSS at the absolute beginning of the <head> section in your WordPress site.
  • if you don’t want to use Twitter Bootstrap, you may alternatively include normalize.css, or YUI2.
  • you may include however many of the Twitter Bootstrap Javascript libraries.
  • All CSS and JS resources may be hot-linked directly from the source (Github) or included from a local server copy (these are distributed with the plugin)
  • You have the option to include the Javascript libraries in the HEAD of the document, or leave as default so they’re included at the end of the BODY.

How to access the WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS plugin?

Head on over to the WordPress.org directory and download ‘WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS‘ for yourself!

The best way to install the plugin is to go your Plugins section and click ‘Add New’. From here, search for ‘WordPress Twitter Bootstrap CSS’ and choose the first on the list and install it.

Activate the plugin, and you’ll then see a little Host Like Toast menu on the left at the bottom. Simply click on here and start adding your Twitter CSS and Javascript.

The WordPress Twitter Bootstrap plugin is that easy!  =)

Feel free to comment below if you have any questions about the plugin and the new Javascript additions. We welcome any feedback you might have.

Enjoy.

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