Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Bootstrap Layouts: Responsive Single-Page Design.
- If you're a premium member of Lynda.com you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. In the exercise files folder you'll find folders for each video in the series. Inside those folders you should see a folder called development. The development folder has a copy of the files at the end of the video. If you want to start with the code that I started with at the beginning of a certain movie, then open up the previous folder and copy the development folder to your desktop. I'll usually start with the development folder in my text editor.
I'm using Sublime Text for this video. Now, the first chapter we worked through some code on has two versions of this folder. One at the beginning of the video, and one at the end. If you're a monthly member, or annual member of Lynda.com you don't have access to the exercise files, but you can follow along from scratch with your own assets. So let's get ready for Bootstrap Layouts: Responsive Single-Page Design.
- 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
Up and Running with Sublime Text 2with Kevin Yank1h 40m Beginner
1. Understanding Bootstrap Layouts
2. Customizing Bootstrap Styles
3. Adding Interactivity
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