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Wordpress Bootstrap Navigation

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I have combined bootstrap and wordpress. I have found 2 articles and gists that provide a walker and some markup to add to get a dropdown navigational menu working properly.

I have tried several times to incorporate the walker, but all I get is just a blank vertical menu that can't be seen except for bullets. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?

Ok, here is what I have done. http://twittem.github.com/wp-bootstrap-navwalker/ I have followed the instructions here. I created a new twitter_bootstrap_nav_walker.php file, just like it said. I have placed it in the correct place. The wp_nav_menu() (code), I wasn't sure where to put this, one person said to put it into mt header, another said to put it in nav_menu_template.php. When I put it to the template, I get a syntax error within dreamweaver. When I added the code to the header.php file, I get a fatal error. Scott, thanks for showing me something new but I am not looking to start over
<p>I have combined bootstrap and wordpress. I have found 2 articles and gists that provide a walker and some markup to add to get a dropdown navigational menu working properly. </p>

<p>I have tried several times to incorporate the walker, but all I get is just a blank vertical menu that can't be seen except for bullets. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong?</p>

<p>Ok, here is what I have done. <a href="http://twittem.github.com/wp-bootstrap-navwalker/" rel="nofollow">http://twittem.github.com/wp-bootstrap-navwalker/</a> I have followed the instructions here. I created a new twitter_bootstrap_nav_walker.php file, just like it said. I have placed it in the correct place. The wp_nav_menu() (code), I wasn't sure where to put this, one person said to put it into mt header, another said to put it in nav_menu_template.php. When I put it to the template, I get a syntax error within dreamweaver. When I added the code to the header.php file, I get a fatal error. Scott, thanks for showing me something new but I am not looking to start over</p>
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