components

– layout: default title: Components slug: components lead: “Over a dozen reusable components built to provide iconography, dropdowns, input groups, navigation, alerts, and much more.” –

Glyphicons

Available glyphs

Includes 200 glyphs in font format from the Glyphicon Halflings set. Glyphicons Halflings are normally not available for free, but their creator has made them available for Bootstrap free of cost. As a thank you, we only ask that you include a link back to Glyphicons whenever possible.

    {% for iconClassName in site.data.glyphicons %}
  • glyphicon {{ iconClassName }}
  • {% endfor %}

How to use

For performance reasons, all icons require a base class and individual icon class. To use, place the following code just about anywhere. Be sure to leave a space between the icon and text for proper padding.

Don’t mix with other components

Icon classes cannot be directly combined with other components. They should not be used along with other classes on the same element. Instead, add a nested <span> and apply the icon classes to the <span>.

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Examples

Use them in buttons, button groups for a toolbar, navigation, or prepended form inputs.

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Dropdowns

Toggleable, contextual menu for displaying lists of links. Made interactive with the dropdown JavaScript plugin.

Wrap the dropdown’s trigger and the dropdown menu within .dropdown, or another element that declares position: relative;. Then add the menu’s HTML.

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By default, a dropdown menu is automatically positioned 100% from the top and along the left side of its parent. Add .dropdown-menu-right to a .dropdown-menu to right align the dropdown menu.

May require additional positioning

Dropdowns are automatically positioned via CSS within the normal flow of the document. This means dropdowns may be cropped by parents with certain overflow properties or appear out of bounds of the viewport. Address these issues on your own as they arise.

Deprecated .pull-right alignment

As of v3.1.0, we’ve deprecated .pull-right on dropdown menus. To right-align a menu, use .dropdown-menu-right. Right-aligned nav components in the navbar use a mixin version of this class to automatically align the menu. To override it, use .dropdown-menu-left.

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Add a header to label sections of actions in any dropdown menu.

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Add .disabled to a <li> in the dropdown to disable the link.

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Button groups

Group a series of buttons together on a single line with the button group. Add on optional JavaScript radio and checkbox style behavior with our buttons plugin.

Tooltips & popovers in button groups require special setting

When using tooltips or popovers on elements within a .btn-group, you’ll have to specify the option container: 'body' to avoid unwanted side effects (such as the element growing wider and/or losing its rounded corners when the tooltip or popover is triggered).

Basic example

Wrap a series of buttons with .btn in .btn-group.

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{% endhighlight %}

Button toolbar

Combine sets of <div class="btn-group"> into a <div class="btn-toolbar"> for more complex components.

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Sizing

Instead of applying button sizing classes to every button in a group, just add .btn-group-* to the .btn-group.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Nesting

Place a .btn-group within another .btn-group when you want dropdown menus mixed with a series of buttons.

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Vertical variation

Make a set of buttons appear vertically stacked rather than horizontally. Split button dropdowns are not supported here.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Justified button groups

Make a group of buttons stretch at equal sizes to span the entire width of its parent. Also works with button dropdowns within the button group.

Handling borders

Due to the specific HTML and CSS used to justify buttons (namely display: table-cell), the borders between them are doubled. In regular button groups, margin-left: -1px is used to stack the borders instead of removing them. However, margin doesn’t work with display: table-cell. As a result, depending on your customizations to Bootstrap, you may wish to remove or re-color the borders.

With <a> elements

Just wrap a series of .btns in .btn-group.btn-group-justified.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

With <button> elements

To use justified button groups with <button> elements, you must wrap each button in a button group. Most browsers don’t properly apply our CSS for justification to <button> elements, but since we support button dropdowns, we can workaround that.

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{% endhighlight %}

Button dropdowns

Use any button to trigger a dropdown menu by placing it within a .btn-group and providing the proper menu markup.

Plugin dependency

Button dropdowns require the dropdown plugin to be included in your version of Bootstrap.

Single button dropdowns

Turn a button into a dropdown toggle with some basic markup changes.

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Split button dropdowns

Similarly, create split button dropdowns with the same markup changes, only with a separate button.

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Sizing

Button dropdowns work with buttons of all sizes.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Dropup variation

Trigger dropdown menus above elements by adding .dropup to the parent.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Input groups

Extend form controls by adding text or buttons before, after, or on both sides of any text-based input. Use .input-group with an .input-group-addon to prepend or append elements to a single .form-control.

Cross-browser compatibility

Avoid using <select> elements here as they cannot be fully styled in WebKit browsers.

Tooltips & popovers in input groups require special setting

When using tooltips or popovers on elements within an .input-group, you’ll have to specify the option container: 'body' to avoid unwanted side effects (such as the element growing wider and/or losing its rounded corners when the tooltip or popover is triggered).

Don’t mix with other components

Do not mix form groups or grid column classes directly with input groups. Instead, nest the input group inside of the form group or grid-related element.

Basic example

Place one add-on or button on either side of an input. You may also place one on both sides of an input.

We do not support multiple add-ons on a single side.

We do not support multiple form-controls in a single input group.

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Sizing

Add the relative form sizing classes to the .input-group itself and contents within will automatically resize—no need for repeating the form control size classes on each element.

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Checkboxes and radio addons

Place any checkbox or radio option within an input group’s addon instead of text.

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{% endhighlight %}

Button addons

Buttons in input groups are a bit different and require one extra level of nesting. Instead of .input-group-addon, you’ll need to use .input-group-btn to wrap the buttons. This is required due to default browser styles that cannot be overridden.

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{% endhighlight %}

Buttons with dropdowns

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Segmented buttons

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{% endhighlight %}

Navs

Navs available in Bootstrap have shared markup, starting with the base .nav class, as well as shared states. Swap modifier classes to switch between each style.

Note the .nav-tabs class requires the .nav base class.

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Requires JavaScript tabs plugin

For tabs with tabbable areas, you must use the tabs JavaScript plugin.

Take that same HTML, but use .nav-pills instead:

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Pills are also vertically stackable. Just add .nav-stacked.

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Easily make tabs or pills equal widths of their parent at screens wider than 768px with .nav-justified. On smaller screens, the nav links are stacked.

Safari and responsive justified navs

As of v7.0.1, Safari exhibits a bug in which resizing your browser horizontally causes rendering errors in the justified nav that are cleared upon refreshing. This bug is also shown in the justified nav example.

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For any nav component (tabs or pills), add .disabled for gray links and no hover effects.

This class will only change the <a>’s appearance, not its functionality. Use custom JavaScript to disable links here.

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Add dropdown menus with a little extra HTML and the dropdowns JavaScript plugin.

Tabs with dropdowns

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Pills with dropdowns

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Navbar

Navbars are responsive meta components that serve as navigation headers for your application or site. They begin collapsed (and are toggleable) in mobile views and become horizontal as the available viewport width increases.

Overflowing content

Since Bootstrap doesn’t know how much space the content in your navbar needs, you might run into issues with content wrapping into a second row. To resolve this, you can:

  1. Reduce the amount or width of navbar items.
  2. Hide certain navbar items at certain screen sizes using responsive utility classes.
  3. Change the point at which your navbar switches between collapsed and horizontal mode. Customize the @grid-float-breakpoint variable or add your own media query.

Requires JavaScript

If JavaScript is disabled and the viewport is narrow enough that the navbar collapses, it will be impossible to expand the navbar and view the content within the .navbar-collapse.

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Plugin dependency

The responsive navbar requires the collapse plugin to be included in your version of Bootstrap.

Make navbars accessible

Be sure to add a role="navigation" to every navbar to help with accessibility.

Place form content within .navbar-form for proper vertical alignment and collapsed behavior in narrow viewports. Use the alignment options to decide where it resides within the navbar content.

As a heads up, .navbar-form shares much of its code with .form-inline via mixin. Some form controls, like input groups, may require fixed widths to be show up properly within a navbar.

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Mobile device caveats

There are some caveats regarding using form controls within fixed elements on mobile devices. See our browser support docs for details.

Always add labels

Screen readers will have trouble with your forms if you don’t include a label for every input. For these inline navbar forms, you can hide the labels using the .sr-only class.

Add the .navbar-btn class to <button> elements not residing in a <form> to vertically center them in the navbar.

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Context-specific usage

Like the standard button classes, .navbar-btn can be used on <a> and <input> elements. However, neither .navbar-btn nor the standard button classes should be used on <a> elements within .navbar-nav.

Wrap strings of text in an element with .navbar-text, usually on a <p> tag for proper leading and color.

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For folks using standard links that are not within the regular navbar navigation component, use the .navbar-link class to add the proper colors for the default and inverse navbar options.

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Align nav links, forms, buttons, or text, using the .navbar-left or .navbar-right utility classes. Both classes will add a CSS float in the specified direction. For example, to align nav links, put them in a separate <ul> with the respective utility class applied.

These classes are mixin-ed versions of .pull-left and .pull-right, but they’re scoped to media queries for easier handling of navbar components across device sizes.

Add .navbar-fixed-top and include a .container or .container-fluid to center and pad navbar content.

{% highlight html %} {% endhighlight %}

Body padding required

The fixed navbar will overlay your other content, unless you add padding to the top of the <body>. Try out your own values or use our snippet below. Tip: By default, the navbar is 50px high.

{% highlight scss %} body { padding-top: 70px; } {% endhighlight %}

Make sure to include this after the core Bootstrap CSS.

Add .navbar-fixed-bottom and include a .container or .container-fluid to center and pad navbar content.

{% highlight html %} {% endhighlight %}

Body padding required

The fixed navbar will overlay your other content, unless you add padding to the bottom of the <body>. Try out your own values or use our snippet below. Tip: By default, the navbar is 50px high.

{% highlight scss %} body { padding-bottom: 70px; } {% endhighlight %}

Make sure to include this after the core Bootstrap CSS.

Create a full-width navbar that scrolls away with the page by adding .navbar-static-top and include a .container or .container-fluid to center and pad navbar content.

Unlike the .navbar-fixed-* classes, you do not need to change any padding on the body.

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Modify the look of the navbar by adding .navbar-inverse.

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Breadcrumbs

Indicate the current page’s location within a navigational hierarchy.

Separators are automatically added in CSS through :before and content.

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Pagination

Provide pagination links for your site or app with the multi-page pagination component, or the simpler pager alternative.

Default pagination

Simple pagination inspired by Rdio, great for apps and search results. The large block is hard to miss, easily scalable, and provides large click areas.

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Disabled and active states

Links are customizable for different circumstances. Use .disabled for unclickable links and .active to indicate the current page.

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You can optionally swap out active or disabled anchors for <span> to remove click functionality while retaining intended styles.

{% highlight html %}
  • «
  • 1 (current)
{% endhighlight %}

Sizing

Fancy larger or smaller pagination? Add .pagination-lg or .pagination-sm for additional sizes.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Pager

Quick previous and next links for simple pagination implementations with light markup and styles. It’s great for simple sites like blogs or magazines.

Default example

By default, the pager centers links.

{% highlight html %} {% endhighlight %}

Alternatively, you can align each link to the sides:

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Optional disabled state

Pager links also use the general .disabled utility class from the pagination.

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Labels

Example

Example heading New

Example heading New

Example heading New

Example heading New

Example heading New
Example heading New
{% highlight html %}

Example heading New

{% endhighlight %}

Available variations

Add any of the below mentioned modifier classes to change the appearance of a label.

Default Primary Success Info Warning Danger
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Badges

Easily highlight new or unread items by adding a <span class="badge"> to links, Bootstrap navs, and more.

{% highlight html %} Inbox 42 {% endhighlight %}

Self collapsing

When there are no new or unread items, badges will simply collapse (via CSS’s :empty selector) provided no content exists within.

Cross-browser compatibility

Badges won’t self collapse in Internet Explorer 8 because it lacks support for the :empty selector.

Adapts to active nav states

Built-in styles are included for placing badges in active states in pill navigations.

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Jumbotron

A lightweight, flexible component that can optionally extend the entire viewport to showcase key content on your site.

Hello, world!

This is a simple hero unit, a simple jumbotron-style component for calling extra attention to featured content or information.

Learn more

{% highlight html %}

Hello, world!

Learn more

{% endhighlight %}

To make the jumbotron full width, and without rounded corners, place it outside all .containers and instead add a .container within.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Page header

A simple shell for an h1 to appropriately space out and segment sections of content on a page. It can utilize the h1’s default small element, as well as most other components (with additional styles).

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Thumbnails

Extend Bootstrap’s grid system with the thumbnail component to easily display grids of images, videos, text, and more.

Default example

By default, Bootstrap’s thumbnails are designed to showcase linked images with minimal required markup.

{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Custom content

With a bit of extra markup, it’s possible to add any kind of HTML content like headings, paragraphs, or buttons into thumbnails.

Generic placeholder thumbnail

Thumbnail label

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Button Button

Generic placeholder thumbnail

Thumbnail label

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Button Button

Generic placeholder thumbnail

Thumbnail label

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Button Button

{% highlight html %}
...

Thumbnail label

Button Button

{% endhighlight %}

Alerts

Provide contextual feedback messages for typical user actions with the handful of available and flexible alert messages. For inline dismissal, use the alerts jQuery plugin.

Examples

Wrap any text and an optional dismiss button in .alert and one of the four contextual classes (e.g., .alert-success) for basic alert messages.

No default class

Alerts don’t have default classes, only base and modifier classes. A default gray alert doesn’t make too much sense, so you’re required to specify a type via contextual class. Choose from success, info, warning, or danger.

Well done! You successfully read this important alert message.
Heads up! This alert needs your attention, but it’s not super important.
Warning! Better check yourself, you’re not looking too good.
Oh snap! Change a few things up and try submitting again.
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Dismissable alerts

Build on any alert by adding an optional .alert-dismissable and close button.

Warning! Better check yourself, you’re not looking too good.
{% highlight html %}
Warning! Better check yourself, you’re not looking too good.
{% endhighlight %}

Ensure proper behavior across all devices

Be sure to use the <button> element with the data-dismiss="alert" data attribute.

Use the .alert-link utility class to quickly provide matching colored links within any alert.

Well done! You successfully read this important alert message.
Heads up! This alert needs your attention, but it’s not super important.
Warning! Better check yourself, you’re not looking too good.
Oh snap! Change a few things up and try submitting again.
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Progress bars

Provide up-to-date feedback on the progress of a workflow or action with simple yet flexible progress bars.

Cross-browser compatibility

Progress bars use CSS3 transitions and animations to achieve some of their effects. These features are not supported in Internet Explorer 9 and below or older versions of Firefox. Opera 12 does not support animations.

Basic example

Default progress bar.

60% Complete
{% highlight html %}
60% Complete
{% endhighlight %}

With label

Remove the .sr-only class from within the progress bar to show a visible percentage. For low percentages, consider adding a min-width to ensure the label’s text is fully visible.

60%
{% highlight html %}
60%
{% endhighlight %}

Contextual alternatives

Progress bars use some of the same button and alert classes for consistent styles.

40% Complete (success)
20% Complete
60% Complete (warning)
80% Complete (danger)
{% highlight html %}
40% Complete (success)
20% Complete
60% Complete (warning)
80% Complete
{% endhighlight %}

Striped

Uses a gradient to create a striped effect. Not available in IE8.

40% Complete (success)
20% Complete
60% Complete (warning)
80% Complete (danger)
{% highlight html %}
40% Complete (success)
20% Complete
60% Complete (warning)
80% Complete (danger)
{% endhighlight %}

Animated

Add .active to .progress-striped to animate the stripes right to left. Not available in IE9 and below.

45% Complete
{% highlight html %}
45% Complete
{% endhighlight %}

Stacked

Place multiple bars into the same .progress to stack them.

35% Complete (success)
20% Complete (warning)
10% Complete (danger)
{% highlight html %}
35% Complete (success)
20% Complete (warning)
10% Complete (danger)
{% endhighlight %}

Media object

Abstract object styles for building various types of components (like blog comments, Tweets, etc) that feature a left- or right-aligned image alongside textual content.

Default media

The default media allow to float a media object (images, video, audio) to the left or right of a content block.

Generic placeholder image

Media heading

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Media heading

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Nested media heading

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{% highlight html %}
...

Media heading

{% endhighlight %}

Media list

With a bit of extra markup, you can use media inside list (useful for comment threads or articles lists).

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    Media heading

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    Nested media heading

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    Nested media heading

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    Nested media heading

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    Media heading

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{% highlight html %}
  • ...

    Media heading

{% endhighlight %}

List group

List groups are a flexible and powerful component for displaying not only simple lists of elements, but complex ones with custom content.

Basic example

The most basic list group is simply an unordered list with list items, and the proper classes. Build upon it with the options that follow, or your own CSS as needed.

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  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Morbi leo risus
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% highlight html %}
  • Cras justo odio
  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Morbi leo risus
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% endhighlight %}

Badges

Add the badges component to any list group item and it will automatically be positioned on the right.

  • 14 Cras justo odio
  • 2 Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • 1 Morbi leo risus
{% highlight html %}
  • 14 Cras justo odio
{% endhighlight %}

Linked items

Linkify list group items by using anchor tags instead of list items (that also means a parent <div> instead of an <ul>). No need for individual parents around each element.

{% highlight html %} {% endhighlight %}

Contextual classes

Use contextual classes to style list items, default or linked. Also includes .active state.

  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Cras sit amet nibh libero
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% highlight html %}
  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Cras sit amet nibh libero
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% endhighlight %}

Custom content

Add nearly any HTML within, even for linked list groups like the one below.

{% highlight html %} {% endhighlight %}

Panels

While not always necessary, sometimes you need to put your DOM in a box. For those situations, try the panel component.

Basic example

By default, all the .panel does is apply some basic border and padding to contain some content.

Basic panel example
{% highlight html %}
Basic panel example
{% endhighlight %}

Panel with heading

Easily add a heading container to your panel with .panel-heading. You may also include any <h1>-<h6> with a .panel-title class to add a pre-styled heading.

Panel heading without title
Panel content

Panel title

Panel content
{% highlight html %}
Panel heading without title
Panel content

Panel title

Panel content
{% endhighlight %}

Wrap buttons or secondary text in .panel-footer. Note that panel footers do not inherit colors and borders when using contextual variations as they are not meant to be in the foreground.

Panel content
{% highlight html %}
Panel content
{% endhighlight %}

Contextual alternatives

Like other components, easily make a panel more meaningful to a particular context by adding any of the contextual state classes.

Panel title

Panel content

Panel title

Panel content

Panel title

Panel content

Panel title

Panel content

Panel title

Panel content
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

With tables

Add any non-bordered .table within a panel for a seamless design. If there is a .panel-body, we add an extra border to the top of the table for separation.

Panel heading

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# First Name Last Name Username
1 Mark Otto @mdo
2 Jacob Thornton @fat
3 Larry the Bird @twitter
{% highlight html %}
Panel heading

{% endhighlight %}

If there is no panel body, the component moves from panel header to table without interruption.

Panel heading
# First Name Last Name Username
1 Mark Otto @mdo
2 Jacob Thornton @fat
3 Larry the Bird @twitter
{% highlight html %}
Panel heading
{% endhighlight %}

With list groups

Easily include full-width list groups within any panel.

Panel heading

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  • Cras justo odio
  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Morbi leo risus
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% highlight html %}
Panel heading

  • Cras justo odio
  • Dapibus ac facilisis in
  • Morbi leo risus
  • Porta ac consectetur ac
  • Vestibulum at eros
{% endhighlight %}

Wells

Default well

Use the well as a simple effect on an element to give it an inset effect.

Look, I’m in a well!
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}

Optional classes

Control padding and rounded corners with two optional modifier classes.

Look, I’m in a large well!
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}
Look, I’m in a small well!
{% highlight html %}
{% endhighlight %}