I am a developer and I am one of those who really likes to do its best in order to create a modern website or application by following the latest trends in regards to coding and creating a high-quality product.
I am using Laravel as the back-end, because of the same reason I am using Bootstrap: simplicity and scalability. However, front-end seems to give much more freedom to developers (as it is supposed to), but there are really no strict guidelines in order to create robust and super-smart markup that is easy to maintain and build on top of. The result is really depending on the developer's experience.
That being said, I am a very skeptical developer. It was really hard for me, until now, to use Bootstrap themes created by other developers. There are so many, and to be honest, most of them are very low quality.
However, I was really happy that Bootstrap decided to create its own marketplace. I trust those guys to select the best authors out there. There are only a few themes for now, but the quality seems to be so much higher than what I saw on other platforms.
This is my first post on Reddit. I never used it before, so I am still a learner. But, I have a question:
What do you think about the future of Bootstrap? How do you think it will change in the 5th version? I really like new technologies, like CSS Grid, but I also like the simplicity that Bootstrap managed to its framework. Developers are getting better and better at understanding its methodology.
What do you think is needed in order to make it super-friendly with the front-end frameworks: React, Vue and so on?
I feel like there must be done something really quickly in order to make it compliant and more friendly to the current technologies.
I'm trying to do a reddit like sidebar for my website, I have just started bootstrap a few days ago
I would like it to be exactly like the reddit one (the sidebar on /r/bootstrap may be a not what I want but more like the one on /r/worldnews )can you guys give me idea on what classes may be appropriate or an example ?
I need to implement: 'Datatable horizontal and vertical scroll,' it is like 2/3s of the way down the page. The code is really rather straight forward and it is easy to follow their directions.
Unfortunately, I have to put more than one table has the 'horizontal and vertical scroll' behavior. And its not working...
I won't reproduce all of the code here as it is in the link above. But basically, as you would expect, you assign some classes, an ID and the bootstrap magic happens. So you would think that changing the following JS to work with another ID:
I have a basic 3 column layout which is like "features, post-content, ads" at 20%, 60% and 20% widths.
Love the look on desktop. Not much experience designing for mobile.
A typical post is like a Wordpress post. Featured image, heading, body content. I want to move my whole "features" column from desktop into a table on mobile, underneath the featured image.
So changing entire div structures. I go from a single row, 3 column grid on desktop to something different on mobile with conditional logic.
I'm building this as a theme in Wordpress for personal use. I could hide the features column on mobile, then add a row that only displays on mobile containing the same features? Is that considered bad web programming practice?
I would be repeating the same PHP code twice in different areas. For instance, the features column I'm talking about grabs custom fields from the post, loops and displays them. I'm not sure I can do the advanced (?) re-ordering I want in Bootstrap or Grid without hiding columns and repeating code.
I have a small accordion for a contact section on a website I'm building. I want each part of the accordion to open when the corresponding button is clicked, and I want whichever one is already open to close when that button is clicked or when another button is clicked.
With the way it is set up, you can open each of the accordion content blocks, and it behaves as normal, but when you click for a second time on the button, the button goes away. I looked more closely and it seems like it's because the class "collapsed collapse" is added, but it shouldn't be since it's the button that controls the collapse behavior. Any help would be great! I can't seem to figure out how to stop this behavior.