Using the Inline form we created last lesson as a basis, we will now create a more substantial vertical and horizontal form. We introduce you to some new classes such as the control-label class. We then talk about how to use bootstrap grid classes to specify widths to the labels and the form controls. We also talk about how to use the grid offset classes to put buttons where you want them. Finally we talk about how to reduce the size of textboxes using the grid classes.
Posted from my blog with SteemPress : http://magicmonktutorials.com/blog/2019/11/18/make-a-mobile-responsive-website-with-bootstrap-lesson-10-vertical-and-horizontal-forms/
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