the answer might have already be somewhere, but chances are, that I might have overlooked it since I'm a 100% new to this (coding) and understand basically half of what I read :)
I'm currently making a website in Bootstrap, and I would like to exclude some elements in responsive mode/design.
Can anyone please tell me how to do that? Is there a specific line of (html?) code that I have to put before the elements that I wish to hide on say view on a phone?
Google hasn't been very useful.
Help is very much appreciated!
Take a look at the utility classes of Bootstrap 3 in the documentation here: http://getbootstrap.com/css/#responsive-utilities
Bootstrap includes utility classes to toggle content across viewport breakpoints. E.g.
.hidden-lg, which when applied to a HTML element
<div class="hidden-lg"></div>, hides the element on viewports bigger than 1200px (by default).