In Bootstrap, we have seen in the previous tutorial where we made use of a page header class to create a heading. But this time, we want to make that heading more appealing by adding a subtitle to it. This subtitle can be your tag line or a small info about your website. To add
In Bootstrap, while creating header section, we make use of page-header class. However, it is not necessary to use and will not make any huge difference in appearance apart from a thin grayish horizontal line at the bottom which represents separation from body of the page. But point to remember here is that you can
So far, you know that we can have only 12 columns in a single row in a Grid System. You can nest more columns and rows within each of those 12 columns. The nested column will take the entire width of the parent column and will form another 12 columns within it. You can further
Push and Pull classes play an important role in properly ordering columns. In case, you are not happy with normal order of columns, then you can use Push and Pull classes to change that and reorder them as you wish. Push class moves column to the right and Pull class moves column to the left.
In Bootstrap, we have a feature called offsetting columns. With the help of this feature, you can shift your columns to the left. Offset number will determine the column gap you want to have from the left. For example, if you have created a row with a column span of 6 and you shift it