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I came to this Talk page looking for an explanation of the "Rewrite section" tag in the article. I'm inclined to remove it if it's not referenced on this page (appologies if it is and I missed it). Amead (talk) 16:42, 6 March 2017 (UTC)
Hey folks! I have been editing Wikipedia erratically over the past 3 years. I recently joined the Bootstrap core team, and noticed that the Wikipedia article was in a WP:ADVERT and WP:TONE issues). My instant reaction is to edit the article, but I'm very conscious of WP:COI concerns (that being said, the article in it's current state seems sufficiently promotional that I'm not sure if I could do much damage). Per WP:BOLD, I've forged forward anyway. I've added Template:Connected contributor to the top of this page. I will cease editing this article if asked to do so by any editor, and establish a consensus before continuing. I'm probably too connected to remove all of the WP:POV, so review by an unconnected contributor would be highly appreciated. --TheDragonFire (talk) 15:00, 23 February 2017 (UTC)(
The file File:Twitter 2010 logo.svg, used on this page, has been deleted from Wikimedia Commons and re-uploaded at File:Twitter 2010 logo.svg. It should be reviewed to determine if it is compliant with this project's non-free content policy, or else should be deleted and removed from this page. Commons fair use upload bot (talk) 21:46, 22 June 2012 (UTC)
A gallery of ready to copy/paste HTML snippets, http://bootsnipp.com and a collection of Resources for Bootstrap located at http://bootsnipp.com/resources may be linked to the external resources. Msurguy (talk) 18:57, 1 November 2012 (UTC) You can find manny useful bootstrap based tools at http://www.creative-tim.com/ too. -- Preceding unsigned comment added by Itsrado (talk o contribs) 13:32, 27 May 2015 (UTC)
It's 'Bootstrap' rather than 'Twitter Bootstrap' these days, so renaming the article would be in order. Bootstrap (web framework) would be my initial idea for this. Thoughts? --MilkMiruku (talk) 03:26, 16 December 2012 (UTC)
This article includes a dead link, but the formatting does not permit inserting "[dead link]". We need an expert to correct the URL http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/assets/css/bootstrap.css. David Spector (talk) 20:35, 10 April 2013 (UTC)
I haven't used Bootstrap yet, but while reading this article I was struck by the 'Creating a fixed layout grid with fluid layout grid nested' example using <div class="4" /> a bunch of times. Is this mandated by Bootstrap or is it just something unique to the example? It's probably not ideal to use this as a basic example because using a digit as the first character in a CSS identifier is invalid unless it's escaped. --Ryan Williams (talk) 14:27, 14 September 2013 (UTC)
The page includes the following -
That is very bad advice, I think it originated from a Yahoo! speed optimization report but I do not know. I see it everywhere though.
First of all, if your site is properly designed, most of the time most scripts will be cached and where they are declared has no bearing on page load speed.
Secondly, for large scripts (which are often smaller than images) you should be using a CDN - and in fact the example shows them on a CDN. This increases the odds of the script already being in the users cache when they come to your page, and where it is declared has no bearing on page load. CDN also speeds up delivery of script when it is not already in their cache.
Thirdly, on the occasions where the browser does have to download the script, if the page renders before the scripts are downloaded then the page is broken and does not work. This is very frustrating to users. It also is frustrating when the script modifies the DOM as a JS framework does, because then the page loads one way and then when the scripts load, it suddenly changes appearance. By having the script in the head so it is downloaded before page renders, the page works as soon as it is rendered and any DOM changes happen instantly so things do not move around on the user.
Fourthly and most importantly, when your scripts are in the head node, you can send a CSP header that forbids execution of any scripts not in the head node. This very effectively neuters any XSS injection attacks on your site.
People need to stop spreading the bad advice that scripts should be at the bottom of the page. It is not well thought out and the practice interferes with the adoption of Content Security Policy which is desperately needed to help make the web a safer place. -- Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 10:09, 8 November 2014 (UTC)
The WikiProject is also taking on the organization of the Wikipedia community's user script support pages. If you are interested in helping to organize information on the user scripts (or are curious about what we are up to), let us know!
Thank you. The Transhumanist 01:06, 12 April 2017 (UTC)
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