Hello Friends, Today in this post, we’ll learn how To Use Responsive Card In Bootstrap 4. recently I have shared a Product Card UI Design | E-commerce Card Using Html5 & CSS3, but our today’s topic is How To Use Responsive Card In Bootstrap 4.
A card is a highly flexible component of Bootstrap 4. In essence, they are simply a bordered box or container with built-in padding for the content. They replace panels, wells, and thumbnails that were present in Bootstrap 3.
The control and ability to customize card makes them one of my personal favorite components of Bootstrap 4. The degree of control and the level of customization available to you is all the more impressive given how little markup and styles have been used to create them.
Here are numerous options available to you with the card. For example header, footer, and contextual colors. They also support a wide variety of content types. For example text, images, and lists.
Bootstrap 4 introduces a new flexible and extensible content container—the card component—in place of old panels, wells, and thumbnail component. It includes options for headers and footers, a wide variety of content, contextual background colors, and powerful display options.
A Bootstrap card component is a content container. It incorporates options for images, headers, and footers, a wide variety of content, contextual background colors, and excellent display options. Bootstrap cards replace old Bootstrap panels, Bootstrap wells, and Bootstrap thumbnails.
Cards are created with as little markup and styles as possible but still manage to deliver a bunch of control and customization. to make with flexbox, they offer easy alignment and mix well with other Bootstrap components. Cards have no top, left, and right margins by default, so use spacing utilities as needed. They have no fixed width to start, so they’ll fill the full width of its parent.
The card markup is pretty straight forward. The outer wrapper requires the base class .card, whereas content can be placed inside the .card-body. The following example will show you how to create a card with a picture mixed with some text content and a button.
Every system and program keeps constantly evolving, and the new version keeps being introduced. The changes and updates are meant to take some load off the user’s shoulders and make their experience as great as possible.
Bootstrap cards are a good example of such new features. While version 3 had a bunch of different elements for seemingly the same purpose (Bootstrap panels, thumbnails, wells), version 4 uses cards to replace them all and avoid the confusion.
To create a basic Bootstrap card, you need to create a <div> container with the .card class and another <div> container with the class of .card-body inside it. See how it should look like in your document.
As you already know, it’s not enough for the elements in your web-page to be functional: they should also work with the overall design. That is why we will now introduce classes used to customize and style your cards. Make sure to check out the examples provided and play with them a little using code editor.
The structure of the card can be enhanced by the addition of a header and a footer. To add one of these elements, you have to create a <div> container with the .card-header or .card-footer class.
To create a title in a card you can add .card-title to any <h*> tag. You can then take this a step further with a subtitle. This is done by adding .card-subtitle to an <h*> tag. You might want to consider adding a class such as .text-muted to the subtitle. The addition of .card-title and .card-subtitle to <h*> tags within a .card-body alters some of the margins and ensures they line up nicely.
Once we’ve got our title and subtitle in place we can put some written content underneath. As usual, you would do this in your <p> tags but, unlike usual, you should add .card-text to your <p> tags. Adding .card-text has the effect of removing the bottom margin from that <p> element assuming it is the last, or only, the child inside the .card-body.
If you have links to place in your .card-body you should add .card-link to your <a> tags. This class makes the link blue and gives the text a hover effect. When you have more than one link directly following one another, the class will also add a left margin to all but the first of the links.
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