On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 11:50 PM, Kasim Ahmic wrote:
> Thanks for the tips! I'll make sure to keep all that in mind when getting
> back to the overall look of the site. Right now, I'm focusing on using
> Twitter Bootstrap to recreate the site with a more fluid layout. I found
> that the Carousel Example
> (http://twitter.github.io/bootstrap/examples/carousel.html) slightly
> resembles the current design. I can easily redesign it to look like the
> current site but the only issue I'm having is that the body still seems to
> be fixed (aside from on mobile devices and tablets) which is what I'm trying
> to avoid. I've never worked with Twitter Bootstrap or anything similar
> before so I don't really know what I'm doing. Any suggestions on what I can
> do here?

Not using carousels would be a good start :) They are usability killers.

Other than that, it's generally advised to use Bootstrap wisely and

Here's some initial info:


And since Snashing Magazine is so awesome, here's some more useful info:


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