Twitter Bootstrap Icons on Dashboard Page

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According to Twitter Bootstrap docs (http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/base-css.html?#icons), you can add icons to a page using the following code (example):

<i class="icon-search"></i>


I'm adding this to the code of one of the single pages of an add-on within the dashboard, but it doesn't seem to work. Other Bootstrap code works (like adding class "btn" to <button>). I know the version of Bootstrap used with C5 is modified...is there a special trick to making this work?

jgarcia
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RadiantWeb
Hey man, that's actually only for v2 bootstrap. those didn't exist in v1, which is what C5 uses.

However, as I understand it, Andrew is already working on pushing v2 into the next C5 release.

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jgarcia replied on at Permalink Reply
jgarcia
Ahh...gotcha. I'm pretty new to Bootstrap, but it's pretty awesome. I didn't realize those were limited to v2. Look forward to being able to use some of these new features in the future though.

Thanks for the heads up!
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
yeah I love it. It's going to be really awesome implementing those icons on the BS buttons. sexy!


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