Bootstrap is a front-end framework that enables developers as well as designers to quickly build fully responsive websites.
What is Bootstrap?
The official Bootstrap describes Bootstrap to be:
“The most popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework for developing responsive, mobile first projects on the web.”
It saves you up on the time taken to write a lot of CSS code and gives you more time to spend on designing. By using a framework like Bootstrap, you will know for sure that your design is consistent, and no cross-browser issues will be encountered. What’s more is that Bootstrap is absolutely FREE! And is currently hosted by GitHub. You can download it here.
Bootstrap consists of components that can be reused to offer good user experience and user interactions in a web page.
These are the font formatted icons that are available in Bootstrap. They are about 200 in number. There are used to denote almost all actions like zoom, edit, warning, file, delete, etc. and they are defined in an individual class.
3) Button groups
With this Bootstrap component you can group a set of buttons together in a series adjacent to each other.
4) Button dropdowns
Through this component you can employ a button element to trigger a dropdown.
5) Input groups
Through this element you can enhance an input by adding an icon, text or a button in front or behind the input field as a “help text”.
These components serve as the navigation headers for your web site.
This is a bootstrap component that can extend over the full screen (or viewport) to show some key content.
This is a Bootstrap component with a jQuery plugin that provides contextual feedback messages depending upon the user action.
9) Progress bars
This component is used to provide the visuals on the feedback on the progress of work or action with a progress bar.
This is a component to highlight something like unread items by adding the class .badge to the DOM element, preferably a span.
Pagination is a simple navigation method that lets you split a huge amount of content within your tables into smaller parts.
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