Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding our assets, part of Bootstrap 3: Advanced Web Development.
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We're almost done setting up our project, and before we start working with the…Bootstrap templates, I wanted to talk about how I organized my assets within the…images folder. So, here on the desktop, I've copied files…from the exercise folder. And I have my root conference project as…well as my images folder. Now that has a bunch of images that I'm…going to copy to my root conference app folder.…Right now, the images folder is completely empty, so, I'm just going to drag this one…in there and let it replace the existing one.…Now, let me show you what this project's going to look like more or less when we're…done with it. You can see that there is a section right…here that has a bunch of carousel photos, we can flip through them.…
And if you scroll down, you can see photos from last year.…Click on these, they'll come up on the screen.…If you scroll down, you can see images for each one of these artists.…Click on those, it'll go to the page with the artist info that also has a little bit…of artwork right next to them. All that artwork has to be prepared, so…
- Prototyping the site
- Working with a local web server
- Creating a baseline template with Git
- Scaffolding the main columns
- Making the site modular with PHP includes
- Adding basic navigation
- Adding a carousel
- Working with buttons
- Creating and activating tabs
- Adding page and structure LESS styles
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Planning and Setting Up
3. Building Main Content
4. Expanding Our Content
5. Additional Pages
6. Finishing Our Application
Finishing your websites8m 21s
Next steps1m 42s
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