14 Days of Bootstrap 4 – Introduction

Introduction

This is a Bootstrap 4 Tutorial for beginners. The idea for it comes from “24 days of Rust” and “24 days of Hackage“. As the titles might suggest, this kind of article series features daily blog posts with tutorials on how to use a language or library.

14 Days of Bootstrap 4 consists of daily tutorials focusing on basic parts of Bootstrap 4. Each article has coded examples and extensive descriptions. We also recommend extra resources that you can use to dive deeper.

The purpose is for you to learn something new everyday. At the end of the series you will be a well-prepared Bootstrap 4 developer, ready to create any website that you desire.

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Day 11: Bootstrap 4 Navigation Tutorial and Examples

Hello and welcome to the 11th day of Bootstrap 4 😎 Today we will learn about the Bootstrap 4 Navigation options. Having to organise a list of links is a very common situation and knowing how to create Bootstrap 4 Navs will help you solve this.

There are multiple options you will be able to choose from: basic navs, nav tabs and nav pills. We will inspect each option and explain how to use it, together with examples. We will also start to see more of the JavaScript options Bootstrap 4 provides. Sounds exciting? Let’s learn to navigate!

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Day 1: Bootstrap 4 CDN and Starter Template

Hello and welcome to the first day of the 14 days of Bootstrap 4 series 🙂 Today we will make the first step towards using Bootstrap 4!

In order to see the Bootstrap 4 capabilities and use it, you will need to import the Bootstrap 4 CSS and JS files into your HTML file. In this article you will find how to use the Bootstrap 4 CDN or download your files locally. You might have heard the phrase “how to install Bootstrap 4” before but there really isn’t anything to install. Getting started with Bootstrap 4 will just mean adding links to your page.

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Day 10: Bootstrap 4 Navbar Tutorial and Examples

Hey and welcome to the 10th day of Bootstrap 4 💁🏻 Today we will learn about the Bootstrap 4 Navigation Bar. This is an essential part of every page and tricky to create on your own, especially with a different behaviour for mobile. In this article we will see the Bootstrap 4 classes to create a navbar and add elements such as the brand, links, text, images and form. We will also go through options for colouring, placement and responsive behaviour.

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Day 12: Bootstrap 4 Lists Tutorial and Examples

Hello and welcome to the 12th day of Bootstrap 4 😉 Today we will learn about Bootstrap 4 lists and Bootstrap 4 list groups. Besides offering multiple styles for the default list, Bootstrap 4 is introducing a new element: the list group. The Bootstrap 4 list group offers extensive use cases and learning how to add them to your project will help you organise your information and navigation.

Let’s start creating lists!

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Day 2: Bootstrap 4 Grid System Tutorial and Examples

Hello and welcome to the second day of Bootstrap 4 🙋🏻 Today we will learn about the Bootstrap 4 Grid, what it is and how you can use it.

The Bootstrap 4 Grid System is used for responsive layouts. A responsive layout represents the way elements align in the page on different resolutions. It is important you understand how to use the grid before learning about any other Bootstrap 4 component. This is because whatever element you will choose to use, you will need to place it somewhere on the screen. Let’s get started!

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Day 9: Bootstrap 4 Tables Tutorial and Examples

Hello and welcome to the 9th day of Bootstrap 4 🙃 Today we will learn about Bootstrap 4 tables. We will see the basic classes for tables, how to colour table headings, rows or cells and how to make them responsive. I have also added a section with examples for adding custom elements and how to get advanced functionalities. I hope these will help you better understand how to use Bootstrap 4 tables in your projects with ease.

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Omnichannel Ecommerce: What is it and Why is it Important?

People are engaging with your business across multiple touch-points. Whether they are accessing your ecommerce store through a mobile app or visiting your physical store, they want a seamless and consistent brand experience. To meet the expectations of your audience, you need to prioritize your brand’s omnichannel ecommerce experience.

It’s unsurprising, therefore, that one of the biggest buzzwords in eCommerce is omnichannel marketing. In this post, you will learn all about omnichannel ecommerce, its benefits, and how to leverage it effectively for your business. 

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4 Ways To Make Your Marketing Agency Flourish

Marketing is the thing that decides whether or not a business is going to be successful and if its products or services are going to sell well. While some companies have in-house marketers, it’s more and more common for businesses to hire marketing agencies that will help them create the perfect campaign.

If you own a marketing agency that isn’t flourishing as much as you want or are thinking about starting one but don’t know how to do some of the basic tactics needed for growth, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some proven tips you need to know about running a successful marketing agency.

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6 Tips for Increasing Ecommerce Customer Lifetime Value

Customer lifetime value (CLV or LTV) is a staggeringly important metric. 

If your online store is great at retaining customers, you’re reducing your dependence on acquiring new ones, which is normally an expensive and time-consuming task.

Repeat business also increases your profit margins since it costs you significantly less to sell to an existing customer than to a new one.

Most online retail experts, quite rightfully, place CLV amongst the industry’s most important metrics. Doing whatever you can to boost yours is critical if you want to be successful in a space as competitive as ecommerce.

In this article, we’ll take a look at six actionable tactics you can implement to increase your ecommerce store’s capacity for keeping customers coming back for more.

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