Bootstrap 4 tutorial 15 adding background image

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Learn Bootstrap 4 in 30 minutes by building a landing page website

from templatetoaster
A guide for beginners
“Bootstrap is a free, open-source front-end library for designing websites and web applications. It contains HTML- and CSS-based design templates for everything from typography, forms, buttons, navigation and other interface components as well as JavaScript extensions. Unlike many other web frameworks, Bootstrap concerns itself with front-end development only.” — Wikipedia
There are many versions of Bootstrap with version 4 being the latest.

In this article we are going to build a website using Bootstrap 4.

Before starting, there are some skills you’ll have to know in order to learn and use the Bootstrap framework:

HTML fundamentals
basic knowledge of CSS
and some basic JQuery
Table of Contents
We will cover the topics below while building the website:

Downloading and installing Bootstrap 4
The new features of Bootstrap 4
Bootstrap Grid system
About Section
Portfolio Section
Blog Section
Team Section
Contact Form
Scroll Effect
Wrap-up and Conclusion
Downloading and installing Bootstrap 4
There are three ways to install and include Bootstrap 4 for your project:

Use npm
You can install Bootstrap 4 by running this command npm install bootstrap

2. Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)

By including this link in your project between head tags:

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8 responses to “Bootstrap 4 tutorial 15 adding background image”

  1. Hey i cant solved this <div class="image"></div> and u style the background image, (trying it in Visual studio), but not showing the image, if i do like this
    <div class="image">
    <div><h1> Just a heading</h1>/div>
    then the image shows…
    but just <div> i cant see a image, please help

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