- One of the Bootstrap layouts that can be really useful…when working with forms is called the horizontal layout.…Now this is especially true for mobile users,…because although labels to the left of input fields…look great on the desktop,…mobile devices zoom to an input field…and can sometimes hide any labels…that are on the left of the input field.…These classes essentially use the Bootstrap grid system…to show controls beside the labels on a wider layout.…It's not going to work on a view…that is smaller than 768 pixels.…
So I'm going to take this beginning form…and just make the page a lot bigger,…so that I can show you what it looks like.…I'm going to scoot this over this way.…The first step is to add the form horizontal class…to your container element.…So I'll do a class here and make this form horizontal.…I'm going to save that. It's not going to do very much.…It's just going to get rid of a little bit…of the spacing here.…After I do that, then I'm going to go to each…of the form elements and control their layouts with columns.…
- Understanding containers
- Using the 12-column grid to create a responsive webpage layout
- Creating rows and columns
- Styling content with Bootstrap CSS classes
- Adding CSS styles
- Creating and styling forms
- Creating dropdown menus and buttons
- Adding images and video
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Working with the Bootstrap Grid
3. Exploring Basic Bootstrap CSS Classes
4. Adding Other CSS Styles
5. Styling Forms
6. Navigation Components
7. Media Components
8. Content Containers
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