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Twitter Bootstrap Web Development How-To by David Cochran

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Headings, links, and buttons (Must know)

If you're familiar with HTML, you'll quickly be able to size up the sample content provided in our index.html (formerly hero.html). But there are a few Bootstrap-specific opportunities that I'll raise to your attention.

Getting ready

If you're new to HTML, then let me point you to some assistance. The excellent HTML tutorials and references at http://htmldog.com will help you get up to speed quickly. The HTML Beginner Tutorial will equip you with the baseline essentials, though I would encourage you to work through intermediate and advanced versions as well. Additionally, I would strongly encourage you to work through the corresponding CSS tutorials, as you'll gain a much better understanding of the fundamentals ...

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