Hey Jochem I see that you say "It's updated to the latest Bootstrap (3.1.1) inside the twbs folder
" so I clicked "Download ZIP" and it looks like in the twbs folder the sfproject.css file says "SF|Boilerplated based on Bootstrap v3.0.2 | sfproject.less"...so is that just a typo or is it using 3.0.2?
Also I have run in to a problem where the nesting of certain Bootstrap layout controls causes problems. I'll create a page, organize everything, and hit publish. When I have to
go back in to edit the page the layout/content blocks are no longer in
the place I put them - kind of like when you change a pages template.
This is what support told me --> "I managed to track down the main offender in this scenario. It is due to the nesting of your Twitter bootstrap layout controls. Apparently after the template is changed and the layout controls lose their placeholders, they fail to create new ones when nested one inside the other. The strange thing here was that even though an error was logged
inside the error log file, after thorough debugging I could not manage to catch the exception in the code so that I can investigate its roots.... For future reference I would advise that you stick to our build in layout controls."
Have you run in to any problems like this with your controls? i'm using Sitefinity version 7.0 with the bootstrap 3.0.0 twbs theme as a base.
*update: Ok I did figure out a bit more about my problem. The problem only comes up when I use some additional layout controls I created for 9x3, 3x9, 10x2, and 2x10. I did invent some classes for them, like .sf_2cols_1_75, but it appears that I may need to do much more and tinker with the sfproject.css to account for the additional layouts...Could that be causing my problems?