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Bootstrap 2 for SharePoint 2010 - Beta V 1.0.5

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Released: Jan 13, 2013
Updated: Dec 18, 2014 by eoverfield
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Bootstrap for SharePoint 2010 Version 1.0.5
Eric Overfield (@ericoverfield)
D’arce Hess (@DarceHess)
Gilda Spencer (@gildaspencer)

Publishing - Master Page and six Page Layouts for Twitter Bootstrap integrated into SharePoint 2010 for a site with Publishing enabled.

Non-Publishing - A master page and branding assets for Twitter Bootstrap integrated into SharePoint 2010 without Publishing enabled, i.e Foundation / team sites / collaboration sites.

PageLayoutSampleContent - Sample content for included page layouts. Not required, useful for demonstration purposes.

Install Instructions - Detailed instructions on utilizing this project.

8/18/14 - Released V 1.0.5 - Updates to documentation.

6/9/13 - Released V 1.0.4 - issue with dragdrop.js jQuery library. Issue with scrolling on certain pages such as Navigation Settings fixed. Required updated <head> section in Master Page.

5/19/13 - Releaesd V 1.0.3 - add back in viewport metatag

4/28/13 - Released V 1.0.2 - update top nav css to target only narbar-inverse for color styles.

4/23/13 - Released V 1.0.1 - included CSS updates from bigwest1 the addressed ribbon image issues.

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by JamalGilani on Aug 9, 2016 at 7:33 PM
I haven't had much time to work on this, but as I write this I am working on fusing my own efforts to bootstrap a sharepoint site for my company. I have noticed minor discrepancies that may or may not be important, such as the Head <!doctype> still depicts XHTML, shouldn't it just simply be <!doctype html>? Other issues I've identified are: Missing the <%@ Register Tagprefix=...> for the PublishingNavigation. Not sure if it's that important. I am, however, completely re-writing the bootstrap.master and replacing the bootstrap CSS with the original versions, since that was what I was building upon. Seems the custom version of your bstrap has some modifications that don't sit well with my project, thus I needed to switch out the CSS links to OOTB versions, for now. Any chance you could post the SCSS/LESS/SASS files for this as they would be handy to have, that is if that was the route taken to create the custom bstrap for SP. For the record, I am a MAC user running Windows and SPD Tool. My company has set up a dev site not live to the public so I can screw it up and fix it. My role is Print Production. They gave me this project to test my coding mettle. Those bastards haha..
by MagicCamera on Sep 30, 2014 at 2:29 AM
The Publishing site in SP2010 is doing great. But the ribbon and searchbox of the Teamsite breaks apart :s. The navigation bar isn't properly rendered too. I minified the bootstrap.css and checked the new bootstrap.min.css against the one in the package and found that the content of it differs quite a lot. Before I try to fix it I thought asking for a known solution first... is there one?
by mhoefman on Sep 22, 2014 at 1:48 PM
Thanks for the update that fixed the image issues in the ribbon. Huge help. So far Bootstrap for SharePoint has saved us a lot of time.
by jkurava on Jun 24, 2013 at 6:03 PM
I've ported a couple of frameworks to SharePoint 2010 (Skeleton, 1140), but the "gotchas" just seemed to continue to roll in. I've tested your port in an Intranet scenario and many things are working great. There are a few usual suspects still lingering due to IE9 problems - Web Parts not remembering their placement when drag/dropped, trying to save a form after using people picker. A+ overall!
by ShanePerran on Mar 22, 2013 at 12:28 AM
Hi Eric, Tested with few devices and well aligned with iPhone. We are basically using Sharepoint foundation 2010. so for the developers who are interested to make it work in SPF can just remove the following control from the master page: <SharePoint:ListSiteMapPath runat="server"/>. Dialog boxes works as normal. Thanks for the great info.Planning to use our branding and will post you how it work
by kesav1985 on Jan 15, 2013 at 1:11 AM
Thanks for this great development. I have installed the Bootstrap for Sharepoint 2010. When I view the site on Mobile Devices, it will shrink the entire website page to fit the screen (need to pinch to resize to see the content). Did I need to do additional step to make the automatic readjustment for mobile devices? It works great on regular desktop screen.
by norislee on Aug 15, 2013 at 4:00 PM