• cgerckert
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We are currently looking for a force.com developer/ development house for an OEM based project. It will ultimately connect to mobile devices such as iOS.


About the project:

  • Some of the architecture setup has been started but more data architecture is required.
  • There are under 100 data points
  • Once data architecture is completed layout and design will be required as well.
  • The project is ready to start immediately.

Developer Selection:

  • The developer must be located in the USA
  • The developer must provide a portfolio of force.com projects to review (3 -5)
  • The developer must be a full time freelance, or part of development house (no moon-lighters)

A rough project specification will be provided to qualified prospective developers.


- Christopher G. Erckert

For an application that I'm building I'm trying to incorporate the Twitter Bootstrap CSS libraries, but there are a couple instances of this causing conflicts with the default Visualforce CSS. The most obvious instance is when trying to use a button other than the default, e.g.


<apex:button value="Click Me" styleClass="btn btn-primary"/>

This results in a button that's somewhere between Visualforce's default and the intended final result.


I know that the standard stylesheets can be turned off entirely, but I don't want to remove the header in order to do it.


One solution I can think of is to try and tell Visualforce that the Bootstrap libraries should have a higher priority, but I'm not sure how to do it, if it's even possible.


Any help would be appreciated.