By now, just about everyone knows about Twitter Bootstrap, a simple framework for styling websites in an attractive and consistent way.
But everyone uses it differently. Some shops use it in production, theming it to various degrees to suit their project. Others might keep the markup, but completely replace the styles with a new set developed from scratch on each project. And still others find the markup too restrictive.
Here at P'unk Avenue, we mostly use Bootstrap only in the prototyping stages. But with Bootstrap 3.0 out, it's a good time to learn how others use Bootstrap.