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Navbar with dropdown menu from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Introduction Hey hey, sorry to bother you again with a post about using a Notes view in combination with Twitter Bootstrap. In my previous post I was not sure about using nav-pills. I fear not all users will understand them. I

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Dropdown menu from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Introduction OK, so I was a bit unsatisfied with the navigation list in my previous post. The nav-list component seems not to be destined to contain too many category sub levels. Dropdowns Toggleable, contextual menu for displaying lists of links.

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Navigation list from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Introduction In my previous post I demonstrated how you create breadcrumbs from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap. A typical Notes application contains an outline (I assume you don’t the Navigator design element anymore). In this post I demonstrate how to create

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Breadcrumbs from Notes view in Twitter Bootstrap (with XPages)

Long long long time ago I wrote how to create breadcrumbs in Notes and on the Web with help of JQuery. In case you are interested using Twitter Bootstrap with XPages chances are you want to provide similar navigational options for your beloved

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Download: Twitter Bootstrap in Domino Blog

Have you sometimes the feeling that in case you know too much it may be used against you? Recently I posted how to include Twitter Bootstrap in the IBM Domino Blog template.  Some time ago I blogged frequently about administrating that

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Adding Twitter Bootstrap to the IBM Domino Blog template

Our current design layout for a blog application was mainly based on the ‘by default’ design from the ‘early days’. A three column layout with a header and footer section. (I guess you recognize this) All nice wrapped in a

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I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.
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