I’m building a website and trying to use Bootstrap, however I’m unable to successfully call bootstrap.min.css and bootstrap.min.js. I have Bootstrap unzipped in a new folder titled “Bootstrap” in my htdocs folder. In my Bootstrap folder I created a new folder to house my code for my website since this, in terms of organization, would be a lot easier. I also specified in my .html file to look for “bootstrap.min.css” and “bootstrap.min.js” in the following filepath in htdocs: Folder Structure: Bootsrtap folder with css, fonts, js, myWebsite subfolders, and test.html. myWebsite folder with test.html HTML (this is the test.html file
I am working on creating a responsive navbar that has a dropdown in it. Below is my code: I have the CSS code and media queries inline for testing purpose. So it might look lengthy. The menu contains the Home logo image at the left and 4 menu items on the right. After the active ‘home’ link is the ‘Programs’ drop-button that should have a dropdown ‘Success’ underneath it. This dropdown is not loading correctly and the design is distorted. Any help to fix this? Answer You don’t need your dropdown button to be a div tag, it should be
I am trying to get the source attribute of image files in a list through the for loop. However, it returns that images[i].attr(‘src’) is not defined. However, a simple images[i] returns the list of html collection of images. Following is my code. Please suggest me why the code is not working. Answer .attr() is a jquery method so make the image[i] also a jquery object by wrapping it in $()
I have a dropdown list which filled with the data fetched from db. I need to assign the selected index value of this dropdown list as the ID of a button. Is it really possible? my code Answer Might be this will solve your problem. I have added a class on btn call CustomerModalBttn . Try this
I have something like this : using this: This will hide only the content i marked on the code, means only childs of the same parent. I need to hide every single thing after productPage. Answer You should also go to parent and target the next divs.
I am trying to set the value of the background image of my #app element in Vue to the response that is generated from Unsplash’s API. I am able to retrieve the image URL, but I am having some difficulty in trying to relay that information to the background style element. Overall, my goal is to use a random image and display it on the screen every page reload. My method: I pulled down the URL from the Unsplash API in the methods section I then created an image in the data section and set that equal to the response