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#1

div class="col-xs-3" /div

div class="col-md-3" /div

Hey,

Just wondering what was the difference between using the two above. I removed the <>s to make it visible as I couldn't. Thanks


#2

@tyoungg,

Please leave one blank line above of the code you want to show us,
and then add 4-spaces in-front of this code...
Please try it....as now we do not see the HTML-code...


#3

Woops, thanks for that!


#4

@tyoungg We still can't see your code. Check the preview to the right of where you type as you edit your code to make it visible; if you can't see it, neither can we :wink:


#5

@zystvan
Can't you? I can? they just removed the < > parts but I can see what he's asking.

They're asking the difference between

<div class="col-xs-3" </div>

<div class="col-md-3" </div>

#6

@tyoungg,
Those classes are used
in a Bootstrap environment.
Have a read through......
++ bootstrap
http://getbootstrap.com/getting-started/
http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/components.html
We now have .col-xs (phones), .col-sm (tablets), .col-md (desktops), and .col-lg (large desktops).

google search
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