Twitter Bootstrap is an excellent tool for rapid prototyping. You can get a decent-looking site up and running in just a few minutes.
But Boostrap can be a pain to work with on an ongoing basis, particularly with a CMS look WordPress that inserts its own DOM elements at will. The grid system might break, or a particular element might not behave the way you’d expect it to.
Today I ditched Boostrap for TimNoetzel.com in favor of my own light-weight, home-rolled solution.Read More »