@Koderkid1936 never heard of "box-sizing" mind sharing your opinion, you seem quiet knowledgeable, is that a better way to approach this problem ?
I'm having some difficulties with tic-tac-toe. Do I need to have like 50 if then statements for every possible outcome of the game?
@Koderkid1936 in my opinion this min-height: calc(100vh - 88px - 30px); its not ok. what if i wanna change height: 88px; in the #header? the ideadea its not to make one element dependable of another based on fixed values
@christopherwangemann the div inside the about section should have a class of row not container
@baillieo aah ok thx!
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but col-*-* don't work without container-fluid, right?
container-fluid just lets your page always be 100% wide - even on super wide monitors that are like 4000px wide :)
col-*-* works in container too. You just have to do container, then a row, with columns inside the row
And can't have containers inside of other containers
Hello, so I finished my portfolio. Does anyone actually look it over at some point when you submit it?
@SkyCoder01 so a regular container just sets the max width and on anything smaller it would behave the same as the container-fluid?
@SkyCoder so containter or container-fluid are requirements to make the page responsive using Bootstrap (because without them col-*-*and row won't work)?
@fortMaximus Yes, that's one way to think of it :)
@SkyCoder01 thx! I'm slowly starting to understand what's going on in bootstrap :p I find there's a steep learning curve after doing the little lessons on FCC and then building a portfolio page from scratch
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