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Some features from a comonent are not working. The component developer told me: This is not something caused by our component, this is most likely caused by your template, by taking a look at your source code I can notice that some Bootstrap scripts are not loaded in the correct order. I can also notice that your template is loading Bootstrap 3.3.2 andour component ! as well as all of our components follow the Joomla! 3.x standard and require Bootstrap 2.3.2 in order to display and function properly. Please contact your template developers directly regarding this matter, unfortunately we cannot provide support for third party integrations.

My question is now: Can I cha,ge the bootstrap version?

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Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,
In theory yes, but:
1) It will be step back, because next Joomla editions will get Bootstrap 3 or even 4
2) It request template code customization, which will break whole layout.
http://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.3/migration/

Bootstrap 3 is not backwards compatible with v2.x. — getbootstrap.com

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Unfortunately we cannot provide "step back" , with Bootstrap 2 compatibility.
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TIP: On selected sub-pages you can use template which is based on Bootstrap2.


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