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I've been using Twitter Bootstrap
quite a bit lately and am quite amazed how easy it makes to create good looking web pages, so I thought that I would update the theme on my blog to match it. I found out the hard way that Flatpress is not Bootstrap friendly at all and requires many hacks and edits to make it look right.
After spending almost a full day on it, I've managed to get the blog looking more or less right on the public facing pages. The admin pages are still a complete mess, but I'll be slowly working through those as well. Maybe eventually I will release a whole set of 'bootstrap happy' Flatpress pages.
However, I still think the new look has been worth the effort and I highly rate Bootstrap.
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