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Using Forms - Part 1

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Title: Using Forms - Part 1

Category: Bootstrap 3
Topic: Essential Training
Publish Date: 2016-02-14
Views: 35
Author: Mike King

Description

In part 1 of the Forms tutorials we begin to look at the formatting available in Bootstrap to implement forms in our web pages and applications. Forms are an important aspect of our page design and are used in many of the interactions we have with our web site users. Bootstrap provides the formatting for three types of forms in our designs. The design styles include Vertical, the default style, horizontal and in-line styles. All of these types are demonstrated in the tutorials.