Bootstrap 2.0.3 released
Today we’re releasing Bootstrap 2.0.3, another bugfix release that aims to squash as many regressions and documentation inaccuracies as possible. There are almost 100 closed issues in the 2.0.3 milestone on GitHub, but below is a comprehensive list of the most important fixes with clear explanations of what’s changed.
make via Terminal, do the following:
We’ve also removed the bootstrap.zip file from the repository, so make runs much faster as it has no need to compress any files. For more info, see the updated readme.
HTML and CSS
- Overhauled the responsive utility classes to simplify required CSS, add
!importantto all declarations, and use
display: inheritin place of
display: blockto account for different types of elements.
>from fluid grid column selectors, meaning every element with a
.span*class within a
.row-fluidwill use percentage widths instead of fixed-pixels.
- Fixed regression in responsive images support as of 2.0.1. We’ve re-added
max-width: 100%;to images by default. We removed it in our last release since we had folks complaining about Google Maps integration and other projects, but we’re taking a different stance now on these things and will require developers to make these tweaks on their end.
- Added variable
@navbarBrandColorfor the brand element in navbars, which defaults to
- Font-family mixins now use variables for their stacks.
- Fixed an unescaped
.reset-filter()mixin that was causing some errors depending on your compiler.
- Fixed regression in
.form-actionsbackground, which was too dark, by adding a new variable
@formActionsBackgroundand changing the color to
- Fixed an issue on button group dropdowns where the background color was not using the button’s darker color when the dropdown is open.
- Generalized and simplified the open dropdown classes while adding smarter defaults. Instead of
.dropdown.open, we now use just
.open. On the defaults side, all dropdown menus now have rounded corners to start.
- Improved active
.dropdown-togglestyles (for dropdown buttons) by darkening the background and sharpening the inset shadow to match the active state of buttons.
- Direction of animation on progress bars reversed.
- Fixed input-prepend/append issue with uneditable inputs:
.uneditable-inputwas being floated and a missing comma meant its
border-radiusfor the append option wasn’t being applied properly.
imgsince it was overriding dimensions set via HTML attributes.
- Fixed an issue of double borders on the top of tables with captions or colgroups.
- Fixed issue with anchor buttons in the
.navbar-text. Instead of a general styling on all anchors within an element with that class, we now have a new class to specifically apply appropriate link color.
- Added support for
@navbarHeighton the brand/project name and nav links for complete navbar height customization.
- Fixed the black borders on buttons problem in IE7 by removing the border, increasing the line-height, and providing darker background colors.
- Removed excess padding on
.search-queryinputs in IE7 since it doesn’t have border-radius.
- Updated alert messages in Components to use
buttonelements as close icons instead of
a. Both can be used, but an
href="#"for dismissal on iOS devices.
- Fixed an issue with prepended/appended inputs in Firefox where
selectelements required two clicks to toggle the dropdown. Resolved by moving the
position: relativeto the
selectby default instead of on
- Added a new mixin,
.backface-visibility, to help refine CSS 3D tranforms. Examples and explanation of usage can be found on CSS Tricks.
- Changed specificity of grid classes in responsive layouts under 767px to accurately target
textareaelements that use
- Horizontal description lists,
.dl-horizontal, now truncate terms that are too long to fit in their fixed-width column. In the < 767px responsive layout, they change to their default stacked layout.
- Changed tabbable tabs to prevent issues in left and right aligned tabs.
.tab-contentwould not growing to its parent’s full width due to
display: table. We removed that and the
width: 100%and instead just set
overflow: autoto clear the left and right aligned tabs.
- Updated thumbnails to support fluid grid column sizing.
>to most of the button group selectors
- Added new variable,
@inputBorderRadius, to all form controls that previously made use of the static
- Changed the way we do
border-radiusfor tables. Instead of the regular mixin that zeros out all other corners, we specify one corner only so they can be combined for use on single column table headers.
- Updated Glyphicons Halflings from 1.5 to 1.6, introducing 20 new icons.
- Added an
offsetparamater to the
- Increased the specificity of all tabbable nav selectors to include
.nav-collapseto appropriately scope the responsive navbar behavior.
- Fixed uneditable inputs: text now cuts off and does not wrap, making it behave just like a default
- Labels and badges are now
vertical-align: baseline;so they line up with surrounding text.
- Add jshint support
- Add travis-ci support w/ headless phantom integration
- Replace UA sniffing in bootstrap-transitions.js
- Add MSTransitionEnd event to transition plugin
- Fix pause method in carousel (shouldn’t restart when hovering over controls)
- Fix crazy opera bug #1776
- Don’t open dropdown if target element is disabled
- Always select last item in scrollspy if you’ve reached the bottom of the document or element
- Typeahead should escape regexp special chars
- If interval is false on carousel, do not auto-cycle
- Add preventDefault support for all initial event types (show, close, hide, etc.)
- Fix collapse bug in ie7+ for initial collapse in
- Fix nested collapse bug
- If transitioning collapse, don’t start new transition
- Try to autodetect when to use html/text method in tooltip/popovers to help prevent xss
- Add bootstrap + bootstrap.min.js to gh-pages for @remy and jsbin support
Documentation and repo
- Combined badges and labels into a single LESS file, badges-labels.less, to reduce repeated CSS.
- Separated responsive features into multiple files. We now have a file for each grouping of media queries (tablets and down, tablets to desktops, and large desktops). Additionally, the visible/hidden utility classes and the responsive navbar are in their own files. The output is the same in the compiled CSS, but this should give folks a bit more flexibility.
- Added a new CSS Tests page in the docs (not in the top nav) for better testing of edge cases and extending the use of standard components.
- Removed the bootstrap.zip file from the repo and the make process for faster building and a lighter repo. From now on, the zip will only be in the documentation branch.
- Fixed incorrect use of class instead of ID for tabs example and added documentation for multiple ways of toggling tabs.
- Fixed required markup listed for the specialized navbar search field.
- Removed all mention of
@siteWidth, a variable no longer in use.
- Removed mentions of unused
@buttonPrimaryBackgroundvariable, which is no longer in use.
- Updated LESS docs page to include all the new variables we added in previous releases.
- Removed broken “dropup” menus from tabs and pills examples (shouldn’t have been there in the first place).
.badge-important. The error option is not a valid class and was a typo in the docs.
- Fixed mention of how to add plain text to the navbar. Previously the docs stated you only needed a
ptag, but the required HTML is any element with class
- Clarified the use of
.tabbablefor tabs. The wrapping class is only required for left and right tabs to clear their floats. Also added mention of
.fadeto fade in tabs.
- Updated forms documentation:
- Remove unnecessary duplicate help text in first example
- Added mention of required
.search-query, for the search form variation
- Removed incorrect mention of form fields being
display: block;to start as fields are
- Added mention of
- Updated the Kippt screenshot on the homepage to reflect their recent responsive redesign and upgrade to 2.0.2.
We’re continually updating issues and tracking them for our next release in the 2.1 milestone, which will focus on adding a few new features and tackle the inevitable bugs and edge cases from this release.