Once downloaded, unzip the compressed folder and you’ll see something like this:
bootstrap/ ├── css/ │ ├── bootstrap.css │ ├── bootstrap.css.map │ ├── bootstrap.min.css │ └── bootstrap.min.css.map └── js/ ├── bootstrap.js └── bootstrap.min.js
This is the most basic form of Bootstrap: precompiled files for quick drop-in usage in nearly any web project. We provide compiled CSS and JS (
bootstrap.*), as well as compiled and minified CSS and JS (
bootstrap.min.*). CSS source maps (
bootstrap.*.map) are available for use with certain browsers’ developer tools.
bootstrap/ ├── dist/ │ ├── css/ │ └── js/ ├── docs/ │ └── examples/ ├── js/ └── scss/
dist/ folder includes everything listed in the precompiled download section above. The
docs/ folder includes the source code for our documentation, and
examples/ of Bootstrap usage. Beyond that, any other included file provides support for packages, license information, and development.
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Code licensed under the MIT License.
Documentation licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License v3.0.