Crash Course HTML5 Template and Bootstrap 4 Bootcamp

Crash Course HTML5 Template and Bootstrap 4 Bootcamp   Free Tutorial Download

What you’ll learn

  • How to use or improve their Bootstrap 4 skill
  • Use Bootstrap 4 to enhance your HTML templates


  • Basic HTML and CSS is a benefit


Why should you use Bootstrap 4?

Let’s be honest, creating a template is really hard, especially if you need to create a template that works with all the different screen sizes. From desktop browsers to tablets and mobile devices. It can be horrific, but using bootstrap makes life easier.

  1. It has Fewer Cross-browser bugs
  2. It’s a consistent framework that supports major of all browsers and CSS compatibility fixes
  3. Lightweight and customizable
  4. Responsive structures and styles
  5. Several JavaScript plugins using the jQuery
  6. Good documentation and community support
  7. Loads of free and professional templates
  8. And my most favourite, it has a great grid system

Through this course, I will show you how to use Bootstrap 4 and you’ll be able to customize it.


Why is the Grid System so Important?

The Bootstrap Grid System is used for layout, specifically Responsive Layouts. Understanding how it works is vital to understanding Bootstrap. The Grid is made up of groupings of Rows & Columns inside 1 or more Containers.

In the next class, I’ll give a quick overview of how the grid system works


SASS or SCSS introduction

In this section, I’m going to explain what SASS is and what will be covered in this section


What is SASS or SCSS?

SCSS is basically just an awesome, more dynamic CSS
Sass stands for Syntactically Awesome Stylesheet

Sass is an extension to CSS

Sass is a CSS pre-processor, it basically means that it takes the scss file and converts it to a normal css file.

Sass is completely compatible with all versions of CSS

Sass reduces repetition of CSS and therefore saves time

Sass is free to download and use

Why Use Sass?

Stylesheets are getting larger, more complex, and harder to maintain. This is where a CSS pre-processor can help.

Sass lets you use features that do not exist in CSS, like variables, nested rules, mixins, imports, inheritance, built-in functions, and other stuff

Why Use this with Bootstrap?

If you want to change the colour scheme in Bootstrap, for instance changing the primary and secondary colors, SASS will be the way to do this easily.

Before starting any project online, you first need to do a template for it in HTML and CSS.

This part can be really painful, especially if you guys have to make it responsive on every device.

Bootstrap 4 makes life easier and more powerful than ever before!

In this course, I will teach you guys how to use bootstrap and how you can use it to your advantage.

I will show you how to make a basic website in HTML, and how the theming works in Bootstrap.

I will also load more and more content in this course as time goes by.

My Name is Gerrit Vermeulen

I’ve been in online development since 2009 and I have been using bootstrap 4 since 2016

Hope you guys enjoy this course.

Who this course is for:

  • Template developers wanting to learn or improve their skill with Bootstrap 4
  • If you want to start with Template development that’s responsive to all different size devices

Download  Crash Course HTML5 Template and Bootstrap 4 Bootcamp  Free


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