Hi folks, I hope it didn't take too long to publish this second part. I was quite busy with a mobile app that came on the way (still working on it) that delayed things little. Thanks for everyone who showed interest in this tutorial. Do you know, your comments are the food for my "How to" tutorials.
In the previous part, we saw how to create a decent blog template quickly using Bootstrap 3. If you haven't read it, I would encourage reading, though, it's not a necessity for reading this part. To follow this article, all you need is some basic knowledge in HTML and CSS. It would be great if you've some little knowledge on the CSS pre-processor language LESS.
If you've read part 1, I believe you should've already gained the knowledge to craft templates for any website using Bootstrap. But the fact is, all the created Bootstrap templates bear the same look and feel provided by the framework as default. The default theme provided by Bootstrap is good for wikis but not for an e-commerce website that sell top-notch products. Look does matters! It's very important that you should customize the theme to reflect your brand.
After reading this part, I'm sure you'll gain enough knowledge to decorate any Bootstrap template. You should also get a glimpse of the CSS pre-processor LESS and the immense benefits it brings to the stage. I would be happier if you learn the trade to create and sell dozens of website templates in a short time with less work and little creativity.Continue Reading