I think most of you know that I'm not the best friend of bootstrap.
So maybe some of you remember the discussion we had in the UX Forum.
My opion didn't change much, but I see that bootstrap has some nice
looking styles and it looks easy for people who are not so familar with
all the CSS stuff.
So what I did the last days:
1. First I took alook at that static page:
It is looking nice but I think the code can be optimized a lot.
I took a look at the source code and saw a lot of nested divs. I think
this isn't optimal.
On the other hand the document hasn't got a correct semantic
structure and don't linearize correct.
So I try to change that (only 2 hours; only on the startscreen)
The result you can see here: http://der-auftritt.de/kunden/bootstrap/
2. This morning I spent few hours to bootstrap the Beez5-Template
Here I noticed two big issue :
a) I add the span-classes bootstrap needs into the template-overrides of
the frontapge-view, so that we can customize the columncount over the
Bootstrap is working with px for the width. If the screensize changed
media-queries are changing the width.
So good so far.
In the normal Beez-Template we are working with % for the width. The
big advantage of this is that we have good more flexibility with the
column-positioning around the main-content (left, right no-column),
because the width is related to its parentelement. Maybe somebody has an
idea for that.
b) There are no styles for a deep nested navigation, they should be
added in the custom theme.css and that can be much code.
We should take care of the file-size.