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Currently, bootstrap can refer either to either (the CSS framework), or . Thus, is ambiguous.

Can people help me clean up this tag so it refers to either?

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There seems to be a third option: – Matt Ball Mar 16 '12 at 2:31

I've gone ahead and retagged the 30 or so questions that were really about .

I made the tag, so this is something I should be doing regularly anyway :)

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This has annoyed me recently (as well as the prototype tag being used for prototypejs) so I've gone ahead and retagged another 30 or so from March 16th onwards. I think I got all of them between then and today. I'll trust that you got all the ones before that date :) – James Allardice Jun 11 '12 at 23:52

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