When we think of a merry-go-round, we usually think of the amusement park merry-go-round you may have done as a child - a large rotating platform with colorful merry-go-round horses moving up and down as you go. as the merry-go-round progresses.
A Bootstrap ride isn’t the fairground variety we learned as kids, but the concept has some similarities. This article explains how to get started with Bootstrap, explains what the carousel UI element is, when it should be used, and how to create one using the Bootstrap framework.
The first thing we need to do to set up a Bootstrap Carousel is to make sure we have the correct dependencies. For this we need Bootstrap, PopperJS and jQuery. Visit Bootstrap Quickstart to help you add your dependencies to your project.
How to handle dependency requirements is up to you, but the easiest and most beginner-friendly way is to use the Content Delivery Network & ndash; the CDN - for jQuery, Popper.js and Bootstrap. Pay attention to the order of the
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