Creator’s Corner: Marnie McCall | Intro to Web Development | Week Five

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Time is flying by and with each week that passes I am feeling more capable than I thought I would at the beginning of this course.

Week 5 has been a continuation of Twitter Bootstrap. Rightly so as some of its components have had me at a loss. A lot of focus has been on the Grid System which has by far been the most challenging aspect of Bootstrap, at least for me. The Grid System is a 12 column responsive layout that allows for the content in your columns to adapt to the device you are viewing on. The default setting spans a column 12 units wide however with Bootstrap’s CSS incorporated, any number up to 12 responsive columns can be put in place. To add to this, any number of rows can then be used with alternate number of columns.  The results can be beautifully designed sites quite…

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Posted on June 16, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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