Twitter Bootstrap – Help Needed
# February 22, 2012 at 4:35 pm
I’ve just started developing a site in Twitter Bootstrap and got a couple of quick questions.
Can anyone tell me where I am going wrong? The instructions for implementing the Carousel are here.
Also, I’ve added my company logo to the navbar, but ideally I want this to sit above the navbar. I tried simply adding a new div above which contained the logo but I could get it to show. Can anyone advise on how I would do this?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Ross# February 23, 2012 at 11:11 am
You’re probably calling the JS files in the wrong folder, or you have them misplaced.
At the end of your code, you’re calling all the JS files like this:
However, those files can not be found:
etc. etc, they all give 404 errors.
I checked in the root folder, but they’re also not there:
So basically, just make sure you have placed all the JS files in the right location, and then call them using the proper path.# February 23, 2012 at 12:26 pm
Hmm… the files are definitely there but as I’m working on the site in Coda on my machine. I think it’s to do with the way that I am linking to them. The links like this below just don’t work.
I’m sure it’s something quite straight forward. If anyone has a chance to look it may help by looking at the download files for Twitter Bootstrap, as I haven’t edited them much at all yet.
Hope someone can help me find a solution.
Ross# February 23, 2012 at 7:01 pm
Figured it out. I had installed the bootstrap-carousel.js plug-in thinking that’s all I needed, but I hadn’t installed the other files you mentioned:
I installed all of the files and now it works. Sorry that it was such as basic mistake, and thanks for helping me out.
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