Test Yourself: Bootstrap

Some questions you should be able to answer before diving into the project work.

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Make sure you can answer all of these questions from the previous lessons prior to taking on the projects.

Introduction to Twitter Bootstrap

  • What is Bootstrap?
  • Why is Bootstrap called "Twitter Bootstrap"?
  • What files are included in the download?
  • How do you include Bootstrap in your projects?
  • What other JavaScript library is required to use Bootstrap and how do you get it?
  • Where can you go to find information about the CSS styles and components that are available to you?

Working with Bootstrap

  • How does the Bootstrap grid system work?
  • What happens to margin/padding and overall width when you enclose everything in a container?
  • What happens to margin/padding when you create a new row?
  • What happens to margin/padding when you create a new col (e.g. col-md-8)?
  • What two classes should always wrap a col-md-8?
  • What behavior occurs as the screen is resized from very wide to mobile-sized on a <div class="col-xs-12 col-sm-10 col-sm-offset-1 col-md-8 col-md-offset-2 col-lg-6 col-lg-offset-3">?


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