Full screen background image that span all over the browser window is getting much more popular now. It definitely catches visitor’s eye and boost the overall design of the website. It looks much more colourful and attractive. Few examples of some awesome looking websites are TeleTech, Vivo Group, Chicago L-Shirts and Fleming Steele. This snippet is not specific to WordPress except that it require jQuery and uses WordPress conventions. Please note that it does not require any jQuery plugin.
Twitter Bootstrap is a decent, intuitive, and powerful front-end framework for faster and easier web development. Talking about WordPress primarily as CMS, we want to manage everything from the backend. But, Twitter Bootstrap’s components are not developed to be used from a WordPress backend. We will try to overcome this gap by implementing WordPress shortcodes for all of the Twitter bootstrap components. Let’s start with the Collapse
Add following snippet to “functions.php” Snippet