UA Bootstrap is the University of Arizona's flavor of Bootstrap (aka "Twitter Bootstrap"), a popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web. If you're looking to adopt consistent styling of web elements, this is the best place to start.
Font License Agreement Form
The Milo font suite is made available for official use by UA employees in compliance with the University of Arizona’s font license through FontShop. Before using UA Bootstrap, please complete the font license agreement form to help the university remain in compliance with FontShop.
UA Bootstrap in Action
The UA Bootstrap example page is an introduction of how a site leveraging the framework looks and feels. Change your browser size or look at the page on multiple devices to get a sense of the responsive design.
Want to use UA Bootstrap on a new project or apply the framework to an existing site? Point your technical team to the UA Bootstrap documentation.
What's Different from UA Quickstart?
If you're looking for a preconfigured content management system that can serve as the front and backend foundation of your website, consider UA Quickstart. UA Bootstrap provides a portion of the frontend styles found within UA Quickstart.
Improving UA Bootstrap
Any release of UA Bootstrap (including the initial 1.0.0-alpha1 release) is tested and ready to use. But improvements to the framework are in everyone's best interest. A team of web-focused volunteers known as UA Digital meets weekly to build and test products like UA Bootstrap and UA Quickstart.
Want to contribute to the project?
- Request an invite to the Friday UA Digital meetings by subscribing to the UA Digital listserv
- Join the UA Digital discussions on Slack (email firstname.lastname@example.org for access)
- Submit pull requests on BitBucket
Questions, bugs, or suggestions can also be emailed to email@example.com