Twitter Bootstrap for Visualforce
Support for Visualforce
This flavor of Bootstrap has been modified to play nice (or at least nicer) with Visualforce by including a higher level of specificity to the CSS. If you have any questions or issues, post them in the issues or do a pull request if you add/fix/change anything that might be useful for others.
css/bootstrap.css has undergone modifications.
Clone the repo,
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:colinloretz/visualforce-bootstrap.git.
Adding Bootstrap as a Static Resource
Create a zip archive of all the assets. In Salesforce, upload this zip file as a static resource. You can do so under Setup > Develop > Static Resources.
Using Bootstrap in Visualforce
To include the assets in your visualforce page, please refer to Delivering Static Resources with Visualforce.
In order to make everything look neat, be sure to wrap all of your Bootstrap HTML markup in an div with an ID of
force, as shown below.
<div id = "force"> <!-- Bootstrap HTML markup here --> </div>
Original Bootstrap Authors
Thank you for all your work on Bootstrap!
Copyright and license
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