Building Lists with Font Awesome and Bootstrap

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In this article we will explore different ways to build lists using Font Awesome Icons and Bootstrap Components.

Building Lists with Font Awesome and Bootstrap

In this tutorial, Solodev will show some common implementations for you to build lists using Font Awesome Icons and Bootstrap in your next web design project. Lists are prominent and diverse. One website may need to list their products using visuals while another lists their feature set using checkmarks.

Some applications use checkboxes so the user can mark off what they have completed and what is left to be done. Font Awesome can accommodate any kind of list that needs to be built for your website. In this tutorial, Solodev will show some common implementations of using Font Awesome and Bootstrap to build lists.

Below is the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript required.

Step 1. device-type.html

Paste the HTML below into your file.


Step 2. operating-system.html

Paste the HTML below into your file.

Note: Below is the result of the code above.


Step 3. features.html

Paste the HTML below into your file.


Step 4. to-do.html

Paste the HTML below into your file.


Step 5. lists.css

Download the CSS below and include it in your web pages

 lists.css

Step 5. External Resources

Include the following in your web pages to activate Font Awesome and Bootstrap

In this article, Solodev showed how to create lists using Font Awesome Icons and Bootstrap Components. Now you can add your own styles and icons to make your own Font Awesome lists!

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