Duration: 15:43 min
Summary: Grids give the developer lots of flexibility in displaying items. Bootstrap divides the grid into 12 columns. These columns are represented with classes span1, span2, span3...span12. We can use the class "row" to indicate a one row. If we need to skip columns, we can use the offsetXX class.
For example, offset10 will skip 10 columns. This kind of flexibility is very handy when displaying items in a grid. In this lecture, we will experiment with these classes and see how we can use them within divs to have control over rows and columns.