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The Container Class

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Title: The Container Class

Category: Bootstrap 3
Topic: Essential Training
Publish Date: 2016-02-13
Views: 34
Author: Mike King

Description

In this tutorial we will discuss and demonstrate the two different types of containers that are available in Bootstrap. We will demonstrate the need for a container, why containers are part of the design process and the differences between the container class and the container-fluid class. The container class is an important part of our Bootstrap training and understanding how the class is properly used is the beginning to understanding how the grid system is properly implemented.