How would I go about making this responsive? The arrows break on smaller viewports. Thank you.
orangepaw3 (1) - 6 months ago - Reply 1
Hi, my friend.
how to configure the nav-item active to always be highlighted.
Thanks for help!
Biosis-Developer (1) - 1 year ago - Reply 1
If you want to set any nav-item and tab-content to be active, add 'active' to the class of nav-item and add 'show active' to the class of the related tab-content, thus it will be active each time you open the page. Otherwise, if you want to show the active effect always even you are switching between tabs you should create new custom class and copy the .active class content to it also .active:after . For example
Then add your class to nav-item
Hope it helps
obadasaada (0) - 1 year ago - Reply 1
Ok. Thank you for help!
Biosis-Developer (1) - 1 year ago - Reply 0
I copied this into a new page and the tabs don't navigate.
I copied and pasted several times. Tried internal css and external. Different browsers. Still the links don't function. It seems to have all the correct elements, but it's not working.
emsevol (-1) - 1 year ago - Reply -1
1- download full version of bootstrap v.4
download it here -> https://github.com/twbs/bootstrap/releases/download/v4.0.0/bootstrap-4.0.0-dist.zip
2- install jquery v.3.2.* (minimum)
3- insert the following lines of code in order
<link href="bootstrap.min.css" rel="stylesheet" />
obadasaada (0) - 1 year ago - Reply -1