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From "Chris Colman" <chr...@stepaheadsoftware.com>
Subject RE: Twitter Bootstrap in Wicket
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2012 02:08:53 GMT
>> Is it possible/feasible to 'selectively' use the Twitter bootstrap in
a
>> wicket app?
>>
>> Scenario: our app serves many different clients. Some will want the
>> Twitter Bootstrap look and feel but others will be happy to use any
>> number of existing CSS/JS templates that we have created for them
over
>> the years.
>>
>> Currently we use a combination of Wicket variations and conditional
>> header injection to provide different look and feel for customers
even
>> though they all use the same Wicket page classes.
>>
>> Is it possible to use Twitter Bootstrap in the same way? i.e.
>> conditionally use it when rendering a page for one customer but not
>> using it when rendering that same page class for another customer?
>
>
>It sounds like you already have the system for this built.  Bootstrap
is
>just HTML and CSS, so keep doing what you were with the variations and
>different header contributions.  Is there something else that you need?

Probably not. I guess because it's purely HTML and CSS then it should
fit in nicely with our existing HTML/CSS selection code.

>
>--
>Jeremy Thomerson
>http://wickettraining.com
>*Need a CMS for Wicket?  Use Brix! http://brixcms.org*

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