Join Ray Villalobos for an in-depth discussion in this video Using rows and columns, part of Bootstrap 3 Layouts: Responsive Single-Page Design.
- In order to master layouts, you need to understand…the roles of rows and columns in Bootstrap.…Let's spend some time talking about how they work.…Specifying a new row means that you want to…layout something on a separate line.…A column means that you want to create…a horizontal division within a row.…Let's check this out.…I'm going to work with the mission section,…which is a little a bit further down the page.…It's right here.…I'm going to add a class of row right here.…Now remember that at the very top of this page,…we've already created a div that has the entire contents…of our page and this div has a class of container fluid.…
This row is going to go inside this container fluid class.…Let's go ahead and save that and see what happens.…If we look at this, our mission section,…you'll see that when we added our class of row,…it actually got rid of some of the padding…that was added when we created our container class.…The way that you can see that is if we right click…on this section, and we say Inspect Element,…
- 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
1. Understanding Bootstrap Layouts
2. Customizing Bootstrap Styles
3. Adding Interactivity
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