i'm not sure if it works because of the form-inline class but i could've swore i've tried that before...
If the form tag scares you, you can always change it to something else.
i think it's just that i'm confusing it with the input tag
@khaduch Wow that was some great feedback and things I can look up and read up on more. I kinda feel I rushed in to making the page and maybe bit off more than I can chew without seeking out more training first but your feedback did a great job of highlighting some of the misses (I took notes down to look up your suggestions/"how to do...")that will help me grow and that is what I needed! Thanks!!!
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@JoEeeezy_twitter Yea you will need to override that behavior haha
hey folks, currently working on the random quote generator and having a lot of trouble with the twitter API. I've been trying to decipher Twitter's documentation with no luck - any guidance anyone could provide?
nice - you might be able to get it working with bootstrap by making the columns smaller, but not sure
it's been a while since I was really using bootstrap
@JoEeeezy_twitter - looks like you are using bootstrap 4 - it uses flexbox, and there is a class that does the center alignment - justify-content-center
@khaduch I've used display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;
it works proper on my page
@dhavalveera - yes, I think that @JoEeeezy_twitter was trying to use bootstrap, if you look at his comments from a while ago. So i just looked up the information and listed it. (For Bootstrap V4.)
then put just-content: center in tag
then maybe it works
@dhavalveera - yes, but bootstrap has a class that sets that property. If you're intent on using Bootstrap, at least in v4, that's what they provide. You can always add custom CSS if you want to. If not, then you can use the classes that they defined. Both should work.