Twitter Bootstrap 2.1.0 released

Twitter Bootstrap Blog:

New docs, affix plugin, submenus on dropdowns, block buttons, image styles, fluid grid offsets, new navbar, increased font-size and line-height, 120+ closed bugs, and more. Go get it.


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  1. Your site is awesome. I want to ask you a question but I dont know whether it is a right place to ask. I am hearing this word twitter bootstrap for nearly 6 months. What does it actually meant. I have no idea about it. Can you please give a little explanation about it.

    • Twitter Bootstrap is a powerful front-end framework for fast easier web development. I would highly recommend heading over to the site, download it and just start experiment with it. The documentation is great so you shouldn’t have a problem.

      You can use it for prototyping ideas, high fidelity mock-ups or as a starting point for your sites.

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