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Bootstrap datatable responsive

Bootstrap was developed on the basis of HTML5 and CSS3. The emphasis was placed on backward compatibility with older browser versions. Properties introduced in CSS3, such as gradients, shadows and rounded corners, are not supported by older web browsers, but Bootstrap pages can still be displayed on them.

A precompiled version of Bootstrap is available in the form of a CSS file and three JavaScript files that can be added to a web project. The basic form of Bootstrap allows developers to implement customizations. This basic form is modular, which means that the developer can remove components that are not needed and modify the Sass files that are not compiled.

To use Bootstrap for an HTML page, all that needs to be done is to use a ZIP archive from the Bootstrap website. This archive contains almost all files to be included, including the stylesheet file with all components, the JavaScript file with all plugins, and an icon font.

A complete, much more extensive ZIP archive is available for developers on GitHub. Examples of typical web pages are also included here.

The files of the ZIP archive must be included in your own HTML document. In case of using Javascript components, the Javascript file must also be referenced in the HTML document together with the JQuery library. For customized style properties and javascript functionality, almost all elements of Bootstrap can be modified on the official website and downloaded in a customized package. However, one can also compile Bootstrap locally deviating from the standard.


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