Bootstrap 4 - Components
Bootstrap 4 uses a set of content methods to display text, code blocks, responsive images, tabular format data, and more on a web page.
The following table lists the content methods that you can use to control Bootstrap 4 −
The alert component specifies a predefined message for user actions.
Icons are used to highlight additional information to the content.
It is used to display hierarchical information for a site.
Bootstrap provides a clickable button to place content like text and images.
Button groups allow you to combine multiple buttons into one row.
A map is a content container that displays a frame with a border that has padding around it.
A carousel is a flexible, responsive way to add a slider to your site.
It is used to show or hide content.
Dropdown menus can be used to display links in a list format.
The form element is used to collect input from the user.
Using input groups, you can easily add and add text or buttons to text inputs.
This increases the size of the headings and adds many fields for the content of the landing page.
A modal is a child window that sits above the parent window.
Bootstrap provides navigation elements for your site in a horizontal menu.
Navbar provides navigation titles for your application or website.
Pagination is used to split related content across multiple pages.
Popover is similar to a tooltip, offering an expanded view with a title.
The progress bar displays the progress of the process using stacked panels, animated backgrounds, and text labels.
Scrollspy is used to indicate the currently active link in a menu based on the scroll position.
Tooltips are useful when you need to describe a link.