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Yo ninjas, in this Bootstrap tutorial I’ll be showing you how we can offset columns using the offset classes.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Wow! Just wow! I feel like this is the first time, after reading countless tutorials and books, that Bootstrap is making sense. You, sir, put the magic in front-end development. 🙂

  2. Does the order of adding the classes matter?
    For example, could I write the column div as
    <div class="col-md-4 col-sm-6 col-xs-12"> </div> ? Because, in media queries there is a particular ordering we need to follow for the rules to apply.

  3. great tutorial…keep it up buddy!
    Your tutorials are very beneficial, I wish people your view increase to billions and subscribers in millions.

    I hope you will soon upload a series on modern js frameworks especially angular.js

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