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Bootstrap 4 Code Snippets – 1stWebDesigner
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Bootstrap 4 Code Snippets – 1stWebDesigner

Do you use Bootstrap 4 in your projects? If so, you may be interested to see these examples of it in action that we’ve collected. From modals, sidebars, and thank you pages, to drag and drop, responsive menus, and buttons, we’ve gathered a few samples of code snippets to help you further how you build your next website. So have a look, play with them on CodePen, bookmark, and be sure to check out our other collections while you’re at it.Your Web Designer Toolbox Unlimited Downloads: 500,000+ Web Templates, Icon Sets, Themes & Design AssetsStarting at only $16.50/month! DOWNLOAD NOWSee the Pen Modal Demos by SitePoint (@SitePoint) on CodePen.darkSee the Pen Sidebar template by Mohamed Azouaoui (@azouaoui-med) on CodePen.darkSee the Pen Thank You Page Template by Jacob...
10 Bootstrap Ways to Grab More of Your Service Area in Local Search
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10 Bootstrap Ways to Grab More of Your Service Area in Local Search

Like my post? Please share! You’re probably frustrated by the puny patch of land in which you rank for anything.  How can you grab at least a little more of your service area? It takes work, but you can rank in (and get more business from) places beyond the one city or few towns where you rank today.  Those gains will happen mostly in the local organic results, but most strategies can drag your Google Maps rankings along, too. Here’s a video of my talk at the recent Whitespark Local Search Summit, hosted by Darren Shaw.  It’s called “10 Bootstrap Ways to Grab More of Your Service Area in Local Search,” and I hope it gives you some doable ideas for how to do exactly that. If you want a handy reference, or if you don’t need my color commentary or the Q&A at the end, here is a one-page...