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Video: Building Responsive Websites with the Bootstrap 3 Framework

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This is a video recording of the live webinar. ...

This is a video recording of the live webinar.

For the slides and more resources for building sites with Bootstrap, see http://www.webvanta.com/bootstrap

The Bootstrap HTML/CSS/JavaScript framework, originally created by Twitter, provides an outstanding starting point for building a custom website. It is built to modern HTML5 and CSS3 coding standards; it provides a variety of common user interface widgets; it establishes an attractive baseline for typography; and, best of all, it fully supports responsive designs that perform well on phones and tablets, as well as on desktops.

In this webinar, Webvanta CEO Michael Slater and senior developer Charity Grace Kirk will explain how the Bootstrap framework works and how to use it as the starting point for your own sites.

Topics covered include:

Bootstrap's approach to responsive design and mobile support

User interface components provided by the Boostrap CSS, including buttons, navigation bars, and responsive images

The grid system, and how to use it to create optimized designs for all screen widths

How to use Bootstrap's JavaScript library to create tabs, collapsible sections, carousels, alerts, and more without writing a single line of JavaScript code

Techniques for customizing Bootstrap to make your site look and behave exactly how you want

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