Bootstrap

How to Implement Layouts using Bootstrap Layouts in Drupal 8

If you’re planning to use Bootstrap on your Drupal 8 site, the first obvious thing to do is download and set up the Bootstrap theme. Then, during the site building process, there will come the point where you need to create a few layouts. These layouts could be used for content types with Display Suite, or for custom pages using Panels.

Implementing layouts using the Bootstrap grid system is simple thanks to the Bootstrap Layouts module.

Bootstrap Layouts is a module that ships a bunch of prebuilt layouts using the grid system in Bootstrap. Best of all, these layouts can be used between Display Suite and Panels, or any module which supports the Layout Discovery module

The layouts are configurable through Drupal’s administrative UI. For example, you can adjust the width of a two column layout by choosing grid CSS classes from a multi-select field.

Getting Started with Bootstrap in Drupal 8

Bootstrap is a front-end framework for building websites. It ships prebuilt CSS and JavaScript components that make building sites fast. It comes with all sorts of common components that every website needs such as a grid system, buttons, drop-down, responsive form elements, carousel (of course) and so much more. As a developer I don’t want to spend time styling yet another button. I just want to know which CSS class to add to an “a” tag so it looks like a button and I’m good to go.

One complaint about Bootstrap is you can spot it a mile away because a lot of developers use the default look-and-feel. When you see the famous Jumbotron you know it’s a Bootstrap site. But with a little bit of effort you can make your site look unique.