Col Images & Col Background
Hi there in this video, we're going to make this Founder message. Okay, on the left hand side here, we've got an image which is going to help us kind of recapture our knowledge of responsive images, which we did quite a while ago. We're gonna recap that we're going to build out this kind of one row, two columns layout here. It's going to break down on mobile onto like two lines. Okay, giant me find a message, we're gonna add padding, what else we're going to do, We're going to get it to center within the box and it's another recap of flex box, getting items to center in the middle like we did way, way, way back ago in the course. Alright, let's go and put in this very cryptic message from our good looking founder here, let's go do it. Alright, so this is the part I want to add this kind of like founders message and the unique parts of it is that I've got rounded corners for no good reason, other than I want to show you how to do that we do to kind of separate columns because I wanted t...
o break down on mobile to be kind of on top of each other. Alright, so let's look at doing that. So obvious code, it's gonna go underneath my jumbotron, but before the carousel and I'm going to put this in, this is going to be my founder's message. Okay, and what do I want? I want at least a row and inside of that, I want a column, but I want two of them. All right, I want the first column. So because it's mobile first we need to say I wanted to break onto its own lines so I want to be a full 12 columns wide for mobile. But then later on when it gets to medium. Okay. I want it to be not sure what is it About that? Let's say four and 8. Okay, so let's say four And this one here is going to be a call of M. D. It's going to go up to eight now let's just put some basic text in here just so that we can see what's going on to keep testing while we're working. Where is it? There it is? Test I don? T mobile were sample refresh. Weird. So I'll leave it into the course. But normally that refreshes fine. I don't have to click refresh me because I've got the testing open. Okay, maybe having the developer tools and the inspect thing going on kind of like freezes the code. Okay, so that looks like it's working, it's on four and then I get down to mobile and it should jump down to be on top of each other 12 columns wide. Alright, next thing I want to do, let's add some of this text and then we'll add the image actually do the image first. So in this one here we're going to do our sweet responsive images. So I'm going to get rid of that. This one here. The first box we're going to put in an AMG Okay, and it's going to be in the images folder and it's the headshot of dan and the other, we want to add some classes to it. Remember the one that says I M G responsive, it was actually called MG fluid came and all text. This is going to be daniel walter scott meat yogurt founder kind of keyword stuffing now but hey ho, let's have a little look at it, check it out. It is filling the column just fine and fills the column over here, just fine. Okay, I want to get down to mobile, gets down to kind of a responsive mobile size, a little bit big, but let's make it full width. Okay, so let's add the text to this part. It is going to be an H2 in simple text. So an H2, I've already got an H one. This is just going to say message from our founder, we're cakes going on there go. And I want some p text and the p I would like to have some laura um of just about 60. Nice. Let's have a little look. It's in their mobile and it's in there at, I'll just stop, you know what I want to do is I don't want to have this clear background, I want to put in a background color because I wanted to be white and, and also I want to show you how to add a background color. Okay so we could like we haven't put in our own class in here. Okay, we've actually just stuck to our class, where is it? And so there's a row and here's our column and it's this column here that I want to make a white background. Now if I was going to add some styling to cole or cole 12 in this case, okay, I would go over here make a style for it. Now the problem is is remember I don't like styling the existing bootstrap stuff so what I'll probably do is make its own wrapper tag and inside of here. Okay, so I'd wrap with abbreviation which is that first one there for me and I'd say let's make a don't know a founder class and then I'd go in style that found a class to have a background of white. Okay. Bard's I know that bootstrap probably has a background class. Okay and in this case it's going to be BG of white and that should be all I need to do. Okay, they have a B G background of white, black, light, dark, primary danger view of the colors you can use. Alright, let's add some padding all the way around as well. So let's go into here and let's say this thing here is background of white but also has a padding. Remember if I don't put a top bottom left or right. It assumed all sides. I'm gonna put the maximum and there we go, it's kind of got nice padding around it. Actually, what we might do is try and get it to line in the center of the actual column itself. Okay. And how do we do that? We did it with flex remember last time. Okay, so if I do a center, like look for a line, okay with different kinds of alignments, verticals, what we want to have a look at that and this is not going to work. So align middle works perfect for in line objects. Okay, so it says it up here says works great for in line in line block but not our block elements, which is our H. Two and P tag. Okay, so we have to go to the flex option of doing it. And in here there's a bunch of them. I just scroll down until there's a little icon. Well the little example mentions what I want, that's the one I want. Okay, and I'm assuming it's this so deflects align items center Nice. Okay, so we don't have to do the display flicks because that is all kind of like wrapped up in this class here called deflects. And we remember that align items center from earlier on. It's going to partially work. So look they're all centered but these guys get squished because flex remember tries to line them up side by side, way to get around that is put them on their own little wrapper. So these guys here remember flex box wants to put them side by side, so if we put them into one div, okay, we wrap them up in a single div. It's kind of protected from the parent because it'll be two stages deep. So wrapping these all up in their own P. Tag. So command shift P. On a mec. Control shift P. On Pc. We're going to tight wrap and find wrap with abbreviation. And we're going to put we could make a class but we're going to use that section tag because I don't need to style it at all. I'm just going to use section. It's a nice kind of like throw away what you got to actually hit enter on that. Otherwise it doesn't work. Let's try it one more time. I'll get the editor to speed this bit up. Alright, actually hit center. Oh, I return now because they're in a nice little protected rapper. This should work. All right, let's get on to the next video