It is the CSS class that generated not compatible with Bootstrap CSS, I expected that I change the class by WYSIWYG editor, but the CSS in the generated HTML was replaced to Publii default, so I cannot utilize Bootstrap class.
This is the HTML I put in the WYSIWYG HTML editor
This is the generated HTML
I cannot figure out how to fit Bootstrap CSS to the generated result.
My take on this is that you should use the Bootstrap to build the theme, not to create content – theme users do not necessarily know how to use this framework.
Publii is not a CSM based on Bootstrap so the output of generated CSS is different but only in the content area.
BTW/ Bootstrap is ok for prototyping but to build lightweight and easy themes I wouldn’t decide on this choice.
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