Bootstrap has relatively incomplete support for HTML5 and CSS3, but it is compatible with all major browsers. Basic information of compatibility of websites or applications is available for all devices and browsers. There is a concept of partial compatibility that makes the basic information of a website available for all devices and browsers. For example, the properties introduced in CSS3 for rounded corners, gradients and shadows are used by Bootstrap despite lack of support by older web browsers. These extend the functionality of the toolkit, but are not required for its use.
In this post we are showcasing some of the incredible websites using Twitter Bootstrap.