"In graphic design, a grid is a structure (usually two-dimensional) made up of a series of intersecting straight (vertical, horizontal) lines used to structure the content. It is widely used to design layout and content structure in print design. In web design, it is a very effective method to create a consistent layout rapidly and effectively using HTML and CSS."
Bootstrap Grid System
The Bootstrap Grid System allows up to 12 columns across the page. You can use all 12 columns individually or you can groups the columns together to create wider columns.
Bootstrap Grid System is responsive and the columns are re-arranged automatically according to the screen size.
There are four classes in Bootstrap Grid System:
You can combine the above classes to create more dynamic and flexible layouts.
Basic Structure of a Bootstrap Grid:
Follow the below instructions while creating a Bootstrap Grid:
Bootstrap Grid Example
For equal columns:Test it Now
For unequal columns:Test it Now
Bootstrap 4 Grid Classes
There are 5 classes in Bootstrap 4 grid system.
You can also combine the above classes to create more dynamic and flexible layouts.
Structure of Bootstrap 4 Grid
See the basic structure of Bootstrap 4 grid:
First create a row (<div class="row">) then add the desired number of columns (tags with appropriate .col-*-* classes).
Here: In .col-*-* , the first star (*) represents the responsiveness: sm, md, lg or xl, while the second star represents a number, which should add up to 12 for each row.
Equal Columns Example
Let's take an example to see how to create an equal width column on all devices and screen widths:
ExampleTest it Now
Unequal Column Example
Let's take an example to see how to create an unequal width column which supports tablets and scaling to large extra desktops:
Example:Test it Now
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