nearpoint nearpoint - 1 year ago 127
CSS Question

Change bootstrap navbar collapse breakpoint without using LESS

Currently when the browser width drops below 768px, the navbar changes to collapsed mode. I want to change this width to 1000px so when the browser is below 1000px the navbar changes to collapsed mode. I want to do this without using LESS, I am using stylus not LESS.

My issue is the same as in this question: Bootstrap 3 Navbar Collapse

But all the answers in that questions explain how to do it by changing LESS variable. I haven't been dealing with LESS, I am using stylus so I want to know how this can be done using stylus or another method.



You have to write a specific media query for this, from your question, below 768px, the navbar will collapse, so apply it above 768px and below 1000px, just like that:

@media (min-width: 768px) and (max-width: 1000px) {
   .collapse {
       display: none !important;

This will hide the navbar collapse until the default occurrence of the bootstrap unit. As the collapse class flips the inner assets inside navbar collapse will be automatically hidden, like wise you have to set your css as you desired design.