Bootstrap 4 is a free and open-source CSS framework that provides a collection of reusable components and templates for creating responsive web designs. It is a popular choice for web developers because it is easy to use, flexible, and well-documented. Bootstrap 4 is also compatible with a wide range of browsers and devices.
Some of the benefits of using Bootstrap 4 include:
Bootstrap 4 is designed to be responsive, meaning that it will automatically adapt to different screen sizes and resolutions. This makes it ideal for creating websites that look great on both desktop computers and mobile devices.
Bootstrap 4 is a very flexible framework, allowing you to customize the look and feel of your website to match your specific needs. You can change the colors, fonts, and layout of your website to create a unique and stylish design.
Ease of use:
Bootstrap 4 is very easy to use, even for beginners. The documentation is clear and concise, and there are many tutorials and resources available online.
Bootstrap 4 is compatible with a wide range of browsers and devices, including all major desktop browsers, mobile browsers, and tablets.
If you are looking for a free and open-source CSS framework that can help you create responsive and stylish web designs, then Bootstrap 4 is a great option.
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I got an update notification that VMware Workstation version 17 was available to download and the upgrade was done.
My Virtual Machine’s wouldn’t start up, that was a bad thing. So after several hours, and with help from a post I made to Reddit
r/vmware The workaround was to disable 3D Graphics in the VMware settings for the affected Virtual Machine.