About Bootstrap Training Courses

Bootstrap is a bundle of tools which is used for creating websites and web applications at free of cast. It contains HTML5 and CSS3-based design layouts for font, forms, buttons, menu navigation and all other interface mechanism, as fine as elective JavaScript extensions. Since version 2.0 it also supports responsive web designing. This means the layout of web pages adjusts animatedly, nice-looking into account the characteristics of the device used (Smartphone, desktop systems, tablet).

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Boostrap 3.3.7 Course Syllabus

Pre-Requisites
  • Html/Html5
  • Css/Css3
Course Introduction:
  • Introduction
  • Scripts and Styles
  • Core Concepts
Why Bootstrap
  • Introduction
  • Designers and Developers
What is Bootstrap3
  • The Mobile Web
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Mobile First Responsive Web Design
 Getting Started
  • Introduction
  • Getting Bootstrap
  • Adding Bootstrap to Page
  • What is the Grid System?
  • Using the Grid System
  • Multiple Grid Types
  • Using Multiple Grids
  • Offsets and Rows
 Bootstrap3 Basics and Components
  • Introduction
  • Typography
  • Buttons
  • Icons
  • Navs and NavBars
  • Lists
  • Tables
  • Forms
  • Page Header and Breadcrumbs
  • Button Groups
  • Dropdowns
  • Button Dropdowns
  • Using a Dropdown for a Select
  • Input Groups
  • Pagination
Bootstrap Plugins
  • Introduction
  • Collapse
  • Accordion
  • Modal Markup
  • Modal Eventsv
  • Tab
  • Tooltip
  • Alert
  • Carousel Indicators
  • Carousel Captions
Javascript
  • Modal Windows
  • Scrollspy
  • Tooltips and Popovers
  • Accordions and Carousels
 Migrating to Bootstrap3
  • Introduction
  • Overview of
  • Moving to Bootstrap3
  • Migrating the Grid
  • Migrating the NavBar
  • Migrating the Blog Entry
Scaffolding Grid System in Bootstrap
  • Understanding the difference between default and fluid grids
  • Exploring the fluid grid and creating new rows
  • Understanding fluid offsetting
  • Nesting with fluid grids