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.
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.
By default, bootstrap modals will appear in the center of the screen with a slight animation from top-down. However, depending on your UI or overall design, you may want to have modals flyout from the sides.
You may find that you have too much page content to ideally fit a single page. Rather than creating a series of child pages, however, you can include a Page Navigation Toolbar that allows you to tab between content on a single page.
The most important information when showcasing a department or directory is a mission statement, leadership biography, and pertinent contact information. Here's how to design a website that makes those details look as important as they are to your organization.