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Hey all, in this Bootstrap tutorial, I’ll be showing you guys how to make use of some of Bootstraps button classes and styles. Buttn typically use 2 classes – the btn class and a contextual class to give it a unique look and feel.

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  1. Hey net ninja, when i view my bootstrap site in chrome or opera dev tools and use the device viewport rendering, it shows the website in a way where it looks like no media query is used on any of the mobile devices, the website looks squashed together. should i not pay attention to it? im coming from using the skeleton framework and when i view any site through device rendering ,i usually get a some what accurate rendition of how the site looks on mobile devices. but i find bootstrap to a be easier and plan on transitioning to use it to make future websites. so im just wondering if i should just not use the device rendering option in dev tools when making bootstrap websites.

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