- [Instructor] Tooltips are a great way…to show some additional information…for links and other controls.…Now you should only use tooltips on HTML elements…that are focusable, like links and form controls,…because of problems with usability.…Tootlips require an extra library called Tether,…which is a separate installation.…You can read more about Tether on this website.…To create a tooltip, you add a data toggle attribute…with the value of tooltip on the element…that you want to create it on.…In addition to that, you use a title attribute…with a value of the text that you want to display.…
- Creating a basic template
- Reviewing basic styles and typography
- Using colors with Bootstrap
- Working with classes that help you deal with images
- Working with grid containers
- Offsetting columns
- Using list groups to style lists, buttons, and links
- Using breadcrumbs
- Reviewing layout components
- Using form styles
- Working with interactive components
Skill Level Beginner
Responsive CSS with Sass and Compasswith Ray Villalobos3h 22m Intermediate
Building a Responsive Single-Page Design with Sasswith Ray Villalobos4h 55m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Using Basic Styles
3. Mastering Layout with Bootstrap
4. Using Navs and Navbar Components
5. Basic Style Elements
6. Layout Components
7. Using Form Styles
8. Working with Interactive Components
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