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Learning Bootstrap 4 - Second Edition

By : Matt Lambert
Book Image

Learning Bootstrap 4 - Second Edition

By: Matt Lambert

Overview of this book

Bootstrap, the most popular front-end framework built to design elegant, powerful, and responsive interfaces for professional-level web pages has undergone a major overhaul. Bootstrap 4 introduces a wide range of new features that make front-end web design even simpler and exciting. In this gentle and comprehensive book, we'll teach you everything that you need to know to start building websites with Bootstrap 4 in a practical way. You'll learn about build tools such as Node, Grunt, and many others. You'll also discover the principles of mobile-first design in order to ensure your pages can fit any screen size and meet the responsive requirements. Learn to play with Bootstrap's grid system and base CSS to ensure your designs are robust and that your development process is speedy and efficient. Then, you'll find out how you can extend your current build with some cool JavaScript Plugins, and throw in some Sass to spice things up and customize your themes. This book will make sure you're geared up and ready to build amazingly beautiful and responsive websites in a jiffy.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Learning Bootstrap 4 - Second Edition
About the Author
About the Reviewer
Free Chapter
Introducing Bootstrap 4

Adding Breadcrumbs to a page

The Breadcrumbs component is a pretty easy one to use in Bootstrap. Let's check out the code for how to render one:

<ol class="breadcrumb"> 
  <li><a href="#">Home</a></li> 
  <li><a href="#">Page 1</a></li> 
  <li class="active">Page 2</li> 

As you can see, the code for this component is pretty basic, let's review it:

  • The Breadcrumb component uses an ordered list or <ol> tag as its base.

  • Within the ordered list, you simply just need to create a list of links. The last item in the list should have a class of .active on it.

Adding Breadcrumbs to the Blog post page

For this example, let's actually add some Breadcrumbs to our Blog post page template. Open up blog-post.ejs and add the following code after the container <div> at the top:

<div class="row m-t-1"> 
    <ol class="breadcrumb"> 
      <li><a href="#">Home</a...