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Bootstrap themes for WordPress

Bootstrap is a development tool created by Twitter. It can be used as a framework in order to develop a new website including  the specific information needed for an website.

These new developments inspire a number of developers and theme designers  to create new WordPress themes using the Bootstrap of Twitter.

Below you will find 4 Bootstrap WordPress themes.

 

1. BootstrapWP from Rachel Baker

This is a WordPress themes for Bootstrap that has been updated  the latest version of Bootstrap, including the responsive grid, which is a big plus! So if you would like to start with Bootstrap and WordPress this is the best you can get!

 

2. Bootstrap 0.9.3. from digitalnature.eu

The author of the well-known themes Mystique and Atom also released a Bootstrap theme. The developer uses his own Atom theme Framework as basis for this. This theme is based upon the pre-2.0. version of Bootstrap and is  not responsive.

 

3. Bootstrap theme from Brag Interactive

Brad Williams created a version for Bootstrap based upon a pre-2.0. version of Bootstrap. Although it is not yet responsive, this version is very useful and well implemented. When having questions put it on his blog post and he’ll might implemented in a new version.

 

4. Bootstrap theme WPBootstrap from Iubenda

This theme was developed by Andrea Giannangelo for the iubunda blog. Also this version is based upon a pre-2.0. version of Bootstrap, but as Andrea uses Bootstrap as a basis for all his future development, we’ll hopefully see a new version coming in the near future.

For more  examples of Bootstrap yiu can visited the following Tumblr website: http://builtwithbootstrap.com

 

 

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