Menu Close

What is Bootstrap 3?

What is Bootstrap 3?

Bootstrap 3 Tutorial. Bootstrap is the most popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for developing responsive, mobile-first websites.

What are the different types of bootstrap forms?

Bootstrap Form Layouts. Bootstrap provides three types of form layouts: Vertical form (this is default) Horizontal form.

What are the examples of bootstrap grid?

Bootstrap Grid Examples 1 Three Equal Columns. 2 Three Unequal Columns 3 Two Unequal Columns 4 No gutters 5 Two Columns With Two Nested Columns 6 Mixed: Mobile And Desktop. 7 Mixed: Mobile, Tablet And Desktop 8 Clear Floats. 9 Offsetting Columns. 10 Push And Pull – Change Column Ordering

How do I test my Bootstrap 3 skills?

You can test your Bootstrap 3 skills with W3Schools’ Exercises. We have gathered a variety of Bootstrap 3 exercises (with answers) for each Bootstrap 3 Chapter. Try to solve an exercise by filling in the missing parts of a code. If you’re stuck, hit the “Show Answer” button to see what you’ve done wrong.

Where can I find a complete bootstrap reference?

At W3Schools you will find a complete Bootstrap reference of all CSS classes, Components, and JavaScript plugins – all with “Try it Yourself” examples: We have made some Bootstrap Templates you can play around with. They are completely free to use: This tutorial follows Bootstrap 3, which was released in 2013.

How to customize bootstrap components?

For each element you want to customize, find its code in the compiled Bootstrap CSS. Copy the component’s selector and styles and paste them in your custom stylesheet. For instance, to customize the navbar background, just copy the .navbar style specification. In your custom stylesheet, edit the CSS you just copied from the Bootstrap source.

What is the fastest way to get bootstrap?

The fastest way to get Bootstrap is to download the precompiled and minified versions of our CSS, JavaScript, and fonts. No documentation or original source code files are included.