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Working with Froala Blocks

A step-by-step guide on how to add Froala Blocks to Pinegrow library and use them to quickly build a great looking website.

Adding web interactions to Booklers landing page

A step by step tutorial on adding web interactions and animations to a simple landing page.

WildMusic – Interactions tutorial

A step-by-step tutorial about adding web interactions to the WildMusic landing page.

Auto-prefixing CSS with Pinegrow

Here is a quick tip for using the SASS compiler built into Pinegrow for auto-prefixing your CSS.

Using the iziModal library in your web project

Pinegrow makes adding a JavaScript library into our projects easy! Here is an example of using the “iziModal” library to add modals to a plain HTML project.

How to host your HTML website on GitHub Pages for free

GitHub is a great place for hosting your HTML websites. It’s free and you can even use your own domain names.

How-to use Material Design for Bootstrap (MDB) UI Kit with Pinegrow

Material Design for Bootstrap is a popular and highly customized version of Bootstrap 4 with 500+ material UI elements, 600+ material icons, 77+ CSS animations, 9+ useful plugins, SASS source files, templates, tutorials and many more. As you will discover in this tutorial, it is the perfect candidate to start a web project with Pinegrow.

Working with Bootstrap modals

Learn how to easily and quickly add modals to your Bootstrap projects.

Styling your Bootstrap project with Bootswatch and SASS

A quick introduction to using the Bootswatch free Bootstrap themes and Sass to make your web page look great.

Adding multiple levels of submenus to a Bootstrap 4 navigation bar in your WordPress theme

One of the Bootstrap 4 most wanted feature can now be available within your WordPress themes.

Last updated on April 5, 2020 at 11:32 pm

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