Grid Layout in Bootstrap 3Aquent Gymnasium
Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
- Chapter 1: Lesson Intro
In this video, you will learn some of the pros and cons of working with Bootstrap as well as the new features introduced in Boostrap 3-in particular the responsive layout capabilities.
- Chapter 2: Working With Lesson Files In Codepen
You will recieve a brief introduction to Codepen and walk through the simple steps to begin working with the lesson files used throughout this course.
- Chapter 3: Working With Rows And Columns In Bootstrap
Learn the basics of Bootstrap's 12 grid system and how to create rows and columns in particular.
- Chapter 4: Using All Four Breakpoints For Layout
You will begin to experiment and understand the 4 primary breakpoints that are part of Bootstrap 3's responsive layout system.
- Chapter 5: Starting Your Mobile Layout
You will begin adding content and working within Bootstrap's "mobile-first" single-column grid layout.
- Chapter 6: A Two-Column Mobile Layout
Just because a layout is "mobile" doesn't mean everything has to be a single column. Learn how to divide the mobile layout you created in the previous chapter into two columns.
- Chapter 7: Using Offsets In A Desktop Layout
In this chapter you'll begin to address how to adapt your layout for wider screens; in particular, you will focus on layout for "desktop" screens. In order to accomplish this, you will look at the powerful "offset" styles in Bootstrap.
- Chapter 8: Creating Advanced Layouts With Nested Rows
Typically, the more room you have to work with on a screen, the more complex your layout can be. In order to achieve advanced layouts with multiple columns you'll need to learn how to use Bootstrap's nesting capabilities.
- Chapter 8: Icing On The Cake
This lesson focuses on the grid layout features in Bootstrap, but there are a number of other convincing reasons to use Bootstrap for quick and easy layout design. In this chapter, you'll take a look at some of those reasons, including the ability to add your custom CSS and button styling, as well as an introduction to Helper Classes and Responsive Utilities.