A group that discusses projects, tools and techniques for integrating the Bootstrap framework with Drupal. Join us on IRC at #drupal-bootstrap.
Bricks — is a revolutionary new way of creating rich content in Drupal. Thanks to the powerful contributions like ECK and Entity Reference, Bricks itself is just 100 lines of code.
- Open pre-configured sandbox on simplytest.me.
- Click Launch sandbox and wait.
- Click Log in (email and password should be pre-filled).
- Go to Appearance and click Set default near the Bootstap theme.
- Go to Structure > Content types > Page > Manage fields and:
- Edit and Save
field_body(this enforces Field API to alter database schema).
- Optionally Delete useless
- Edit and Save
- Finally click Add content on the toolbar and create your first bricky page!
I am presenting 3 sessions at the Cornell Drupalcamp event on April 24th.
What's New in Drupal 8 for Clients and End Users?
Use Brackets Effectively
Bootstrap Your Theme and Be Responsive
Drupal Is Big, We are big in Drupal
Right now, Bootstrap documentation is kind of messy, because it combines info specific to Bootstrap theme with general, related to Bootstrap framework as a whole. Therefore, I think, it might make sense to move some info here. More precisely, these pages:Read more
It similar to Panels but it focused on rich content: layout, CSS and third party JS libraries.
Inspired by famous Visual Composer for WordPress.
Integrated front end content slider visual builder
Integrated front end form visual builder
Every element can be animated via CSS3 engine (on appear, on hover, on click)
Every element can be animated via JS scroll animations engine (with easy to understand visual builder + parallax wizard to make parallax effect by few clicks)
Every element have base CSS settings editor
and many more ...
I am recruiting for a Drupal developer who would like to work for the State of California Delta Stewardship Council located in Sacramento. We are looking for an individual who will work as a team player, is self-motivated, and share a willingness to explore new challenges. The job will involve being a Webmaster and work with another staff member to develop, design, implement and test our website for on-going enhancements to our website, www.deltacouncil.ca.gov. Final Posting Date: Until Filled.Read more
Small company who works mainly with media-based nonprofits in United States looking for part-time contractors. Very flexible hours and opportunity to do contracts by task or commit to a set number of hours per week.
We are looking for both front end developers and custom module developers (or you can have both skillsets as a bonus and have more work available to you).
Please do not reply unless you are an individual contractor based out of the United States.
FRONT END DEVELOPER REQUIRED SKILLS
- Expert CSS and HTML skills with experience building modern responsive sites.
I always encourage my people to do things the Drupal Way. Even if it is tougher at the beginning, usually pays at the end.
When we started working with Bootstrap we look the "Drupal" way to load the Bootstrap files, what means library style. The surprise was that at the end you need to save the files inside the theme.
A few time later we had the chance to load the files via CDN, but with Bootstrap 3 and the anoying IE8 compatibility we were obligated to install the Bootstap files locally again.Read more
As a sub-module of the Twitter Bootstrap Modal module just published Twitter Bootstrap Modal Carousel, that convert any image gallery into a Bootstrap Carousel of images inside a Bootstrap Modal.
Just need to add any jQuery selector into a list triggers and configure in which pages you want the functionality to load.
Basic personalization of the carousel is done on the administrative interface.
As a sub-module of the Twitter Bootstrap Modal module just published Twitter Bootstrap Modal Block, that convert any block in a button to trigger the block a Bootstrap modal.
Just need to add block id or any jQuery selector into a list triggers and module does the rest.
A great new theme by the awesome folks at morethanjusthemes... it does not use a base theme so it is very lightweight and the code looks great. I will be incorporating this theme into my soon to be released Drupalstrap (Bootstrap 3 + Panels Everywhere) distro... stay tuned! For now, you can get it at https://drupal.org/project/bootstrap-business.
Thanks to the contributors at morethanjusthemes for thier hard work and this great Bootstrap theme for Drupal!
you might want to check this out. https://drupal.org/project/bootstrap_panels_ui
A collection of mostly panels style plugins and other panels integrations for Bootstrap.
For views plugins, check out Views Bootstrap.
For panels layouts, check out Panels Bootstrap Layouts Builder, Bootstrap Layouts or Radix Layouts.
There will be a 2.x and a 3.x branch, each reflecting compatibility with Bootstrap 2 and 3 respectively.
These style plugins can be used with the Bootstrap theme, Radix, Kalatheme and other drupal themes that implement twitter bootstrap.
New module alert... https://drupal.org/project/panels_bootstrap_styles
This is a panels style plugin module for the Bootstrap 3 css framework.
It allows you to assign bootstrap styles to the panes and/or regions within your page.
Currently Supported styles:
Alert (Pane only)
Another valuable post by H.Bensalem http://www.hbensalem.com/php/drupal-7-and-bootstrap-3-theming-the-login-...
This is a helpful blog post http://www.hbensalem.com/php/making-drupal-messages-appearing-in-modal-d...
After long weeks of work, just published a dev version of my twitter bootstrap modal module: https://drupal.org/project/twitter_bootstrap_modal
The modal loads any Drupal URL link signed by a specific class inside a Drupal Modal.
It only takes the content part of the URL, without loading any extra region. It has also an option to personalize the output via a view mode for nodes.
So far it is working OK on production sites, loading content, forms and scripts, but has not been tested over complex environments as views involving ajax for an example.Read more