What are examples of Bootstrap?

Bootstrap is a popular front-end framework for making websites and apps that work well on mobile devices. It is built on top of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and comes with pre-made tools and components that make it easier to quickly create and style a website.

Some examples of websites and applications built using Bootstrap include:

  • Twitter
  • Airbnb
  • GitHub
  • Walmart
  • LinkedIn
  • Udemy
  • The Washington Post

Bootstrap has a lot of ready-made website parts like buttons, forms, navigation bars, and carousels that are easy to change and add. It also has a responsive grid system that lets you make layouts that work well on mobile devices. Bootstrap also has a set of utilities and classes that make it easy to give website elements the same styles and behaviors.

There are hundreds of Bootstrap examples; unfortunately, we cannot show them here. However, we will do our best to provide examples from other sources; if you click each link, you can see them yourself.

Custom components

Brand new components and templates to help folks quickly get started with Bootstrap and demonstrate best practices for adding onto the framework.

Album

Simple one-page template for photo galleries, portfolios, and more.

Pricing

Example pricing page built with Cards and featuring a custom header and footer.

Checkout

Custom checkout form showing our form components and their validation features.

Product

Lean product-focused marketing page with extensive grid and image work.

Cover

A one-page template for building simple and beautiful home pages.

Carousel

Customize the navbar and carousel, then add some new components.

Blog

Magazine like blog template with header, navigation, featured content.

Dashboard

Basic admin dashboard shell with fixed sidebar and navbar.

Sign-in

Custom form layout and design for a simple sign in form.

Sticky footer

Attach a footer to the bottom of the viewport when page content is short.

Sticky footer navbar

Attach a footer to the bottom of the viewport with a fixed top navbar.

Framework

Examples that focus on implementing uses of built-in components provided by Bootstrap.

Starter template

Nothing but the basics: compiled CSS and JavaScript.

Grid

Multiple examples of grid layouts with all four tiers, nesting, and more.

Jumbotron

Build around the jumbotron with a navbar and some basic grid columns.

Taking the default navbar component and showing how it can be moved, placed, and extended.

Navbars

Demonstration of all responsive and container options for the navbar.

Navbar static

Single navbar example of a static top navbar along with some additional content.

Navbar fixed

Single navbar example with a fixed top navbar along with some additional content.

Navbar bottom

Single navbar example with a bottom navbar along with some additional content.

Experiments

Examples that focus on future-friendly features or techniques.

Floating labels

Beautifully simple forms with floating labels over your inputs.

Offcanvas

Turn your expandable navbar into a sliding offcanvas menu.

Originally posted 2022-12-14 05:16:13.

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John Hilton works with bootstrap. He has started two businesses in the tech field. He loves to code & travel. He runs the blog  www.bootstraptemplate.net and http://www.bootstraptemplate.net/. Twitter.com/ can tell you more about him.

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