I was wondering if anyone could provide me with some advice on implementing bootstrap in D7 with the a Zen subtheme.
I'm really only using it for the responsive div sizing at the moment - I've got a 3 column layout on my homepage that uses col-sm-4 so that it stacks the columns when you're looking at it on a phone-width browser. I've done quite a lot of customization in my Zen subtheme, so I don't really want to install an entirely new theme (the Drupal bootstrap theme, or Zenstrap, for example).
Second time around I tried using the Drupal Bootstrap library module. This is also pretty good, and includes the css and js files on all the site pages.
However, I note that it overrides quite a lot of my existing styles. For example, I've got a number of linked headings on the homepage. I don't really want them to use the link style, but whatever I do in the normalize.css stylesheet, I can't stop my homepage picking up the Bootstrap styles. I guess maybe the theme stylesheet loads before the bootstrap stylesheet.
So I'd like some advice, please. Which of the two approaches is the better way to use Bootstrap? Is there another way that is better than either of those approaches? Is using Bootstrap even the best way to make my site responsive?
Thanks very much.