When building grid layouts, all content goes in columns. The hierarchy of Bootstrap’s grid goes from container to row to column to your content. On rare occasions, you may combine content and column, but be aware there can be unintended consequences. Bootstrap includes predefined classes for creating fast, responsive layouts. In this tutorial we take a look at how to use the Bootstrap grid. I explain what happens if you add more than 12 columns to the grid, and how break points wo.
Twitter Bootstrap has 12 columns grid layout by default which allows you to create responsive layout for your website but you can’t create 5 equal columns without using offset in this setup as sum of those column never meet with 12. But in this tutorial we have created some CSS rules to make five equal columns Bootstrap grid layout. Furthermore you can also have 1/5, 2/5, 3/5 and 4/5 sized columns combined with Bootstrap 12 columns grid layout after reading this post.
Method I: Using offset classes in Bootstrap 3.0 and above
This html will make 5 equal columns with default available Twitter Bootstrap default grid system while leaving space for one column each to the left and right end. To overcome this issue, follow the next method.
Method II: Put some classes in your stylesheet
5 equal columns Bootstrap grid layout
Here we need to create default column definition in the way that Bootstrap do it. Khmer civ 6. I called my classes
Now we are ready to combine these classes with original Bootstrap classes. For example, if we want to create div element which behaves like five columns layout on medium screens and like four columns on smaller ones, we just need to use something like this:
By using the example above you can extend & create a full flash 5 columns layout and use grid with 1, 2, 3, 4 of the five columns layout along with default 12 columns layout.