Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Building a footer layout, part of Bootstrap 3 Layouts: Responsive Single-Page Design.
- So it's time to put what we've learned to good use.…For the footer layout, we're gonna combine…what we've learned in terms of rows and columns…as well as some of navigation that we learned…for this top navigation here.…So that section is all the way down…at the bottom of the page.…And we want to lay this part out right here.…So what I want for this section…is going to be two columns,…and I was this "Call us" and maybe this copyright stuff…to be on one side,…and then my navigation to be on the right side.…
I want it to be responsive,…but I don't necessarily want everything…to be indented so much.…So the way that I'm gonna approach this is…first to start working on the navigation itself.…We're gonna scroll all the way to the bottom…and find this footer right here.…Right now you can see that it has a container class,…and that's what's given it the extra padding.…And we will start right here on this unordered list.…We're gonna add a class of…nav and navbar-nav.…
We also need to add to this nav tag…a class of navbar…
- Analyzing your markup
- Creating simple column layouts
- Creating basic navigation and a simple carousel
- Modifying Bootstrap styles
- Working with branding and toggle styles
- Adding interactivity
Skill Level Beginner
Bootstrap 3: Advanced Web Developmentwith Ray Villalobos3h 28m Intermediate
1. Understanding Bootstrap Layouts
2. Customizing Bootstrap Styles
3. Adding Interactivity
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