Learn Bootstrap – For Beginners

What you’ll learn

  • Bootstrap Page Structure
  • Bootstrap Grid System
  • Bootstrap Layouts
  • Bootstrap Typography
  • Styling Images
  • Bootstrap Tables, Buttons, Badges, & Progress Bars
  • Bootstrap Pagination
  • Bootstrap Panels
  • Bootstrap Menus & Navigation Bars
  • Bootstrap Carousel & Modals
  • Bootstrap Scrollspy
  • Bootstrap Themes
  • Basic Computer Skills

Description

Students learn to create the front-end component of mobile-responsive web applications, using the Bootstrap framework.

The techniques explored in this course will ensure your web applications adhere to strict development standards to avoid cross-browser and cross-device compatibility issues.

The course starts with the fundamental concepts, including embedding Bootstrap into web pages. We then explore the Bootstrap Grid system and popular mobile responsive web layouts.

Students will gain a solid understanding of almost every Bootstrap component available, from typography, carousels, panels, drop-down menus, and collapsible nav-bars to forms, popovers, modals and tool tips.

We provide several hands-on exercises to ensure students effectively grasp course material.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Web Developers who want to Learn Bootstrap

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