Bootstrap 4: Create a landing page
- Basic understanding of HTML.
- A text editor.
This course is for the beginner who wants to get a quick introduction to the latest version of Bootstrap 4 (Beta) by creating a unique responsive landing page.
You'll learn how to structure different content and make it look great on all device sizes by using a responsive grid.
Bootstrap 4 components:
During the lectures you'll learn how to create the following components:
- List group
Bootstrap 4 utilities:
During the lectures you'll learn how to use the following utilities:
But it doesn't stop here! You'll also learn the following:
Styling with CSS
Learn how to apply some custom CSS to create a full-size background image with a simple parallax effect to get the attention of the user.
Adding Font Awesome Icons
Learn how to use the very popular icon font from Font Awesome to make the landing page more interesting.
Using Google Fonts
Learn how to use Google Fonts for headings and other text to make the landing page more unique
Adding smooth scroll
Create your own landing page
By the end of this course you'll be able to create your own unique landing page ready to be published to the web.
The teaching style is "follow along" and "learn by example", so I don't explain every class used in the code in depth. If you're looking for that you should check out my other Bootstrap 4 course.
- Anyone who wants to learn how to make a landing page
- Anyone who wants a quick introduction to the latest Bootstrap 4 (Beta) web framework
- About the course
- Installing Bootstrap 4 Beta
- Responsive adjustments
- Adjustments with utilities
- Styling with CSS
- Adding icons with Font Awesome 4
- Using Google Fonts
- Adding smooth scroll
- Bonus Lecture: Learning Boostrap 4 – What's next?
My name is Jeppe Schaumburg Jensen and I'm a teacher in topics related to front-end development, interaction design, music and productivity.
I started developing websites for desktop computers in 1999 and in 2000 I started developing my first websites for the mobile web as well.
I have been a graduate teaching assistant in an introductory course about web design and development.
I currently work as a front-end developer at one of the biggest global web agencies, Isobar.
I have a Master of Science in Information Technology with a specialization in Interaction Design and User Experience.
I have worked as a user experience designer at the biggest Danish online webshop: Saxo.
When not working with the web I work as a professional musician, mostly playing the drums in various bands. I also consider myself as an expert in using Ableton Live for live performances, with a lot of experience in how to create and use backing tracks.
I have spent many hours to improve my workflow and productivity by reading books about the topic and experimenting with different techniques, tools, software and apps.