container, row, column

  • viewport
    • user’s visible area of the page
  • container
    • how many container can have in 1 page?
      • can have multiple
      • but no nested container
        • due to padding and more, neither container is nestable
    • is container mandatory?
      • yes, otherwise element may not work well
    • does container need to be followed by row?
      • no, don’t have to
      • The .row class is not required inside a .container, but it is a good idea to include it anyways when you start incase you want multiple rows later on.
      • All that .row really does is make sure that all of the divs inside of it appear on their own line, separated from the previous and the following .rows.
      • .row defines a row of divs, like the name implies. Each one indicates a new line of divs, no matter if the above line is full or not.
  • container, container-fluid
  • row
    • is row mandatory for column?
      • yes
    • how may 12 columns can have within 1 row?
      • if more than 12 columns are placed within a single row, each group of extra columns will, as one unit, wrap onto a new line”
      • “nested rows should include a set of columns that add up to 12 or fewer
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