An HTML, CSS, and JS package called Bootstrap focus on making the creation of web pages easier. The main goal of adding it to a web project is to apply the color, size, font, and layout options of Bootstrap to that project. Therefore, the primary determinant is whether the responsible developers like those options. All HTML components have basic style declarations once Bootstrap is introduced to a project. As a result, texts, tables, and form components appear consistently in all web browsers.
Additionally, as it is designed to make responsive websites, you may avoid writing extensive code. It enables a website to function best across various screen sizes, from small screens found on smartphones to large screens found on personal computers. In essence, it relieves you of the responsibility of creating a device-specific website, and having Bootstrap cheat sheets close at hand makes it even simpler.
Additionally, developers can use the CSS classes included in Bootstrap to alter further how their contents appear. For instance, Bootstrap offers built-in support for light and dark tables, page headings, more extensive pull quotes, and text with an underline.
Originally posted 2022-12-14 05:23:21.
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