Top 10 Twitter Bootstrap Theme For Front-end Developer

As you noticed that the Twitter’s Bootstrap is becoming one of the most popular development framework for front-end developers. The Bootstrap framework currently provides a lot of CSS styles and components to easily and quickly create responsive, mobile-first projects on the web. In this post, I’m glad to share my recent work about Top 10 website themes based on Twitter’s bootstrap that give your web project a fresh new looking. Have fun with it and spread the world.

Top 10 Twitter Bootstrap Themes

jQuery UI Bootstrap

A project we started to bring the beauty of Twitter Bootstrap to jQuery UI widgets. With this theme, not only do you get the ability to use Bootstrap-themed widgets, but you can now also use (most) of Twitter Bootstrap side-by-wide with it without components breaking visually.


TODC Bootstrap

This is a Google-styled theme for Bootstrap.


Bootstrap jQuery Mobile Theme 

A jQuery Mobile theme based on Bootstrap.


Geo Bootstrap



A dark theme for Twitter Bootstrap 2.


Sphinx Bootstrap Theme

This Sphinx theme integrates the Twitter Bootstrap CSS / JavaScript framework with various layout options, hierarchical menu navigation, and mobile-friendly responsive design.



This is a theme using Twitter Bootstrap and Designmodo’s Flat UI theme which can be previewed on Designmodo’s website. The awesome symbol font is from FontAwesome.



This theme gives bootstrap a new menu with a stich background, a new well design and new fonts. The theme is only 60 lines of CSS so it doesn’t get in your way.



Magento Responsive Theme built with Twitter Bootstrap v3

  • Integrates Twitter Bootstrap framework to give responsiveness and modern design elements
  • Fluid 12 grid system optimized for 320px, 750px, 970px, 1170px
  • Makes minimal changes to the default theme structure
  • Includes just one layout file (local.xml)
  • Does not include the kitchen sink



Bootstrapify is an open-source base theme for Shopify that makes it super quick and easy for developers to start building amazing, responsive themes without having to do all the fiddly, repetitive setup work when starting from scratch.


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