In this video, Ray Villalobos uses a special type of component called list groups. List groups are a great way to style lists and other elements like buttons and links, and group them together to give them a combined look and feel.
- [Instructor] List groups are a great component…that help you style lists and other…elements like buttons and links.…There's a lot of markup in here,…so let's go ahead and take a look.…First off, to create a list group,…you start out with a list group class…inside a container which usually…goes inside either something like…a div or an unordered list.…Inside that container, you create…a series of elements that have…list group item classes in them and…those are either buttons, list items, or anchor tags.…
There's a few background options that…
- Creating a basic template
- Reviewing basic styles and typography
- Using colors with Bootstrap
- Working with classes that help you deal with images
- Working with grid containers
- Offsetting columns
- Using list groups to style lists, buttons, and links
- Using breadcrumbs
- Reviewing layout components
- Using form styles
- Working with interactive components
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Using Basic Styles
3. Mastering Layout with Bootstrap
4. Using Navs and Navbar Components
5. Basic Style Elements
6. Layout Components
7. Using Form Styles
8. Working with Interactive Components
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