How to add Twitter Bootstrap CSS in WordPress using Shortcodes

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This is likely due to you not linking to the latest version of JQuery. Twitter Bootstrap requires the latest version (v1.7.2 at the time of writing). There is now ( plugin v2.0.3.1+ ) an option to replace the JQuery of your WordPress installation with the latest version served from Google CDN. Try this if you’re having is’sues with Popovers etc., or better yet upgrade your WordPress to the latest version.
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This is likely due to you not linking to the latest version of JQuery. Twitter Bootstrap requires the latest version (v1.7.2 at the time of writing). There is now ( plugin v2.0.3.1+ ) an option to replace the JQuery of your WordPress installation with the latest version served from Google CDN. Try this if you’re having issues with Popovers etc., or better yet upgrade your WordPress to the latest version.
How to Add Bootstrap Shortcodes for WordPress
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This plugin creates a simple, out of the way button just above the WordPress TinyMCE editor (next to the “Add Media” button) which pops up the plugin’s documentation and shortcode examples for reference and handy “Insert Example” links to send the example shortcodes straight to the editor. There are no additional TinyMCE buttons to clutter up your screen, just great, easy to use shortcodes!
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Thanks for your support @bdbrown. It’s working now. I forgot to select the bootstrap version to use in the plugin’s settings. When I did that, the site began to work as expected. But I have disabled it back, because it reduced the size of my website container and hence the width in the middle layout where I have my content was too small.
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This is likely due to you not linking to the latest version of JQuery. Twitter Bootstrap requires the latest version (v1.7.2 at the time of writing). There is now ( plugin v2.0.3.1+ ) an option to replace the JQuery of your WordPress installation with the latest version served from Google CDN. Try this if you’re having issues with Popovers etc., or better yet upgrade your WordPress to the latest version.
Add Twitter Bootstrap CSS in WordPress
Twitter Bootstrap is a CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and JavaScript framework which is used to create websites. It involves adding CSS classes to your HTML markup to use the features. It was initially developed at Twitter to create consistency in the design elements. It was, however, made open source soon thereafter and moved to popular site Github. It has since become the most popular project on Github and used by NASA and MSNBC.
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This plugin creates a simple, out of the way button just above the WordPress TinyMCE editor (next to the «Add Media» button) which pops up the plugin’s documentation and shortcode examples for reference and handy «Insert Example» links to send the example shortcodes straight to the editor. There are no additional TinyMCE buttons to clutter up your screen, just great, easy to use shortcodes!
How To Create Twitter Boostrap Column Shortcodes
We all know that Bootstrap provides a strong fluid grid system for building responsive layouts which appropriately scales up to 12 columns. It defines its own classes in CSS for easy layout options. Grid systems are used for creating page layouts through a series of rows and columns that holds your content. This is total hassle-free layout creating system where you can arrange your elements in any way you want.
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This plugin creates a simple, out of the way button just above the WordPress TinyMCE editor (next to the «Add Media» button) which pops up the plugin’s documentation and shortcode examples for reference and handy «Insert Example» links to send the example shortcodes straight to the editor. There are no additional TinyMCE buttons to clutter up your screen, just great, easy to use shortcodes!