Providing quick links from your homepage is a great way to help your visitors find the most needed sources on your website without having to search for them.
Navigation menus don't have to be made out of same looking links. Sometimes you want to emphasize a certain link that you think is more important than others and set it apart so your visitors can immediately recognize it.
Sections that utilize a background color can be enhanced with a subtle background image/image overlay that helps reinforce your brand.
In certain circumstances, giving your users the ability to print a given webpage can be important. Adding this functionality directly to your breadcrumbs can highlight that ability and make the process easier for users.
Basic contact information can help support a contemporary web design with some key place FontAwesome icons.
Sometimes, sidebar navigation can present more problems than solutions -- especially on mobile. With Bootstrap classes, however, you can convert a potentially long list into a convenient dropdown menu for mobile functionality.
Search is becoming increasingly important as sites add more and more content. Depending on your industry, you might want users to search for what they need as a primary action instead of navigating your whole website. Nothing reinforces that action more than adding a search bar to your primary hero section.
Establish and deepen your brand authority by using an infinite client logo carousel, and name-drop a few customers who aid in your success -- especially if you've worked with bigger brand.
Give your customers an accurate read of how many items are in their shopping carts with this helpful tutorial.
Not all screens are made equal. Constraints of a smaller device often mean figuring out fresh ways to streamline navigation. In this tutorial, learn how collapsible elements can play a role in web design for smaller screens.
By combining Bootstrap columns with Font Awesome, you are able to produce a distinctive list of features.
Shopping carts demand intuitive and simple designs that users can quickly comprehend. Using Bootstrap cards, you can implement a layout that meets these demands.
Your primary or main navigation is one of the first things you tackle when developing a website. A popular way to lay it out is through a dropdown menu. Dropdowns can be tricky; fortunately, bootstrap helps with some default classes you can tap into.
Adding icons to your input fields (such as login or registration forms) gives the form a touch of personality and helps break up otherwise plain input fields.
To emphasize the division between default bootstrap columns, you may want to add borders to separate content with clean design. This also gives you the freedom to use hover properties.