@zdman135 yes I can once more only apologize for your time, I should have described in a more detailed way, what I am meaning.
Okay, because I sort of learned bootstrap a few weeks ago, but now I like css grid so much and I am unsure what to use.
Now I now CSS-Grid I don't really want to go back using bootstrap...
Hm now that I think about it a bit more, I think your work still helped me a lot in thinking again of in some way utilizing bootstraps nav classes... :)
@zdman135 yes I already did quite a bit of flexbox tutorials.
Sort of my "problem area" is when it comes to really knowing how the bootstrap classes work by reading it up inside the devtools. I got better at it, but I still struggle quite a bit with reading stuff in devtools.
Like in the erin webpage it seems like I am not able to read it, like if each class was a bootstrap class, cause it seems to be squarespace.
Newmoon recommended to me to learn the bootstrap classes by looking into them via the devtools and this way really learn frontend development from the ground up. But I often do not 100% know what's going on because of so many properties going on and interfering with each other..
Also with the canvas I think you are quite right. And I think I am too much thinking that there is sort of "one" way of doing things in an "industry standard" way.
But after this conversation it seems to me, that workflows are not as rigged as I initially thought.
@zdman135 Hm okay the devtools part calms me, somehow I thought I was missing something and for other people it's completely easy.
I guess I will just change my thoughts of having to decide forever to use or not to use bootstrap, to a more open approach of studying and using it whenever I feel comfortable. I already gained a bit of insight into how things work, by just getting to know how classes are stacked on top of each other to build a basic nav bar...
@bradtaniguchi yes the more code I write the more I really internalize learning by doing. I guess we are just so used to study things by heavily reading about them, from learning in school etc.. but writing code is different and I still often forget that a bit sometimes..
overflow: hiddenand then flex with
justify-content: centerto center them nicely
just a small question on a w3c tutorial for bootstrap navs. I am reading up a bit on them again, but in this example I am wondering why as soon as the brand class is put into the html, the responsive ul goes to the right and doesn't stack vertically on the left.
Does anyone know why it's behaving like that?