What is Bootstrap? A Beginner’s Guide For Bootstrap
Hello, guys welcome to the Codewithrandom blog, Today we learn about What is Bootstrap. Today we discuss a simple introduction To Bootstrap, Is Bootstrap useful or not, and which one is best a Bootstrap Website and a Scratch Code Written website?
Q. What is Bootstrap?
Bootstrap is just a web framework used by web developers for creating a website without writing scratch code, many back-end developers use web frameworks like bootstrap for building a simple structure of a website than writing code for the backend.
In simple words, bootstrap is a written HTML code in that classes has already styling and scripting only you need to learn those classes.
Q. How to work with bootstrap?
If you want to work with bootstrap you have two options one downloads all files provided by bootstrap this option is used when we create the whole website using bootstrap and we have much experience with bootstrap but we have the second and best option that I use personally if you want to use bootstrap without downloading files so you go with the use of CDN links.
Another question is how you get all links you just need to go to bootstrap docs then you get this after that just copy the starter template and start coding…..
Q. Is it Bootstrap or not?
Q. Which one is best between a bootstrap website and a scratch code-written website?
Q. What should you know before learning Bootstrap?
Q. What is a Starter Template Of Bootstrap ?
The starter Template is just written code in Html. In this starter template, such CDN links are linked in the starter template so it’s the only option to work with bootstrap, you don’t need to download files of bootstrap.
Step 3) In Compiled CSS and JS click on Download Button
Step 4) Extract the download files and paste them into the project folder.
Step 5) Open the Project folder in VS Code or Any Code Editor you like to code
Q. How to use Bootstrap?
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Written by Tushar Sharma