Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing other components with LESS, part of Bootstrap 3: Advanced Web Development.
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Alright so we did a lot of, less work in the previous movie.…That was sort of a bad pun. And we're going to continue it in this movie.…So, we'll start by, playing around with the navigation tabs, and,change the link…to be the color purple, and I believe that is not on this page.…I think that's on the schedule, so these are these tabs right here.…All right, so let's do the list item with the active class Anchor, and give it a…beige background. That makes it look transparent.…
We could have actually used transparent here, but we're just going to make it…match the color of the background. And this would be the rollover color.…And now we're going to do the nav tabs list items that are active.…Now you may be wondering, like, why didn't you embed this in here?…I found that sometimes less gets confused when you try to nest too much stuff, so…sometimes I pull stuff out and it works a little bit better.…So I'll make the color pink, and the font weight, bold.…And that's this color right here. So we're just clearing out some of the…
- 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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