Yes, the layout and style of web pages made with the Bootstrap framework are made with CSS. Bootstrap comes with a set of pre-defined CSS classes that can give elements on a web page common styles like fonts, colours, and alignments. With these classes, it’s easy to provide all the pages on a website with the same look and feel. But if you want to change the look of your website more than what the default Bootstrap styles allow, you will need to add more CSS to get the desired results.
If you use Bootstrap, you still need to learn CSS. You should keep learning CSS while using BS. You’ll come to a point where you don’t want or need Bootstrap’s styling on something and may need to override it or change it to something else. And if you need to learn more about CSS, it will be easy for you to fix the problem.
If you know CSS well, using all these different CSS frameworks will save you time and not be a crutch, as someone said.
Technically, you don’t need to know any CSS to use Bootstrap, but if you don’t, you won’t be able to do as much. I would look at the Bootstrap documentation to learn how to get started.
There are too many tutorial sites for me to list them all, but CSS Tricks has a great almanack that will help you figure out what different CSS properties do.
Make sure you focus on one thing at a time and get good at it before you move on to something else. Make sure you know how to do some simple stuff with CSS before moving on to HTML, etc. Bootstrap is very helpful if you’re a beginner, though, because it does much of the work for you.
It will mostly let you drop ready-made classes into a template to set up a user interface quickly and without much trouble. If you’re having trouble with something, check the twitter-bootstrap tag. There are also a lot of valuable things there.
Originally posted 2022-12-14 05:20:37.