Design beautiful websites easily with Packt's New Book and eBook on Twitter Bootstrap

November 2012 | Open Source, Web Development

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of Twitter Bootstrap Web Development How-To which guides users to create responsive websites and web applications with Bootstrap’s excellent responsive grid system. Written by David Cochran, this book helps to leverage CSS styles for typography, buttons, tables, forms, and deploy the jQuery plugins to create drop-downs, switchable tabs, and an image carousel.

About the Author:

David Cochran is an Associate Professor of Communication at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. He actively develops exciting projects with the aim of providing well-built standard-compliant websites. David is well-known in the web designing community for his insightful tutorials, specifically on Twitter Bootstrap being his main focus.

Bootstrap is a small yet powerful front-end toolkit for rapidly developing websites & web applications. The book takes users from Bootstrap basics to the creation of a fully-responsive, JavaScript-enhanced, multi-page website. Users will learn to conquer responsive website layout with Bootstrap’s flexible grid system and explore the ways of Bootstrap’s excellent jQuery plugins.

This book will teach users to control the Bootstrap’s navbar, and add drop-down menu items to adapt to small screens. With Bootstrap’s jQuery plugins, readers will be able to add tabs and a homepage slideshow. Developers will learn to upload files, test their site across desktop and mobile browsers, and optimize the site files for improved performance.

The book takes an easy-to-follow step-by-step presentation approach, and is available in print and various electronic forms. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/twitter-bootstrap-web-development/book


Twitter Bootstrap Web Development How-To
Conquer responsive website layout with Bootstrap’s flexible grid system

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/twitter-bootstrap-web-development/book

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