Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating media components, part of Bootstrap 3: Advanced Web Development.
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Sometimes, you want to create elements that display with hanging indents.…It's common when you have a photo next to a headline and some text.…Bootstrap provides a media object, or a media list, that allows you to create this…with very minimal markup. So, I'm going to use it to create a…section down here, that talks about the hotels and the venues.…So, let's go ahead and add that. Here's some text from code snippets that…I'm going to need. So, I'm going to copy this and come in…here and make a new file right here. This is going to be called article about…the venue.php and I'm going to go ahead and paste that, and I'll go ahead and give…it some simple styling. So, this is going to be a headline level 2…and these other ones are going to be just like the other lines and paragraphs, and…this ones going to be a paragraph, and I'm going to give it a class of hidden small.…
So, that it hides on smaller devices, so that we don't have a ton of additional…text on a very small device. So, now you usually use this when you…
- 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
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