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Controlling Dreamweaver Bootstrap Rows and Columns

Controlling Dreamweaver Bootstrap Rows and ColumnsIn this video, “Controlling Dreamweaver Bootstrap Rows and Columns,” we are actually going to clear the fog about what all of those strange Bootstrap class names can do, how they act and what they expect on the browser page. Here we are going to go into Bootstrap, CSS VoDoo Land. You will really truly enjoy the VoDoo. No code is good without the good VoDoo.

In this video, “Controlling Dreamweaver Bootstrap Rows and Columns,” we will share with you why in the previous video almost all of the columns went big other than on the large page, that is above the 1200 pixel setting. And why did the xs column stay so small.

In the land of VoDoo and Controlling Your Rows and Columns, it all comes down to a very wonderful word. Bet you want to know what that word is don’t you. The magic word is “if.”

Many people learning web design don’t want to know any code at all. Many people have web sites and their house payment depends on it and they don’t want to know any code at all either. In the land of CSS the word, “if” doesn’t come up very much, but, it’s the only way I could really tell you about how these column classes work.

For Controlling Dreamweaver Bootstrap Rows and Columns, the story goes like this. As you know from the previous episode, we only ( at this point ) have 4 column classes.

Col-xs
Col-sm
Col-md
Col-lg

You knew that. In the magical land of Bootstrap CSS, each one of these classes has been told what to do, “if” they are on a certain page size.

It´s kind of like when you were a little kid. If you were in the car with Mom and Dad, you can do this. If you are in the car with Grandma and GrandPa, you can do this. If you are in the car with cousin Freddie, you might just get confused and jump out of the car.

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