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  2. Bootstrap (front-end framework) - Wikipedia

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    Bootstrap 3. On August 19, 2013, Bootstrap 3 was released. It redesigned components to use flat design and a mobile first approach. [citation needed] Bootstrap 3 features new plugin system with namespaced events. Bootstrap 3 dropped Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox 3.6 support, but there is an optional polyfill for these browsers.

  3. Comparison of online source code playgrounds - Wikipedia

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    Less, TypeScript, development assets, import from HTML/GitHub, social login, multiple layouts Liveweave : Free Yes Yes Yes Yes No Plunker : Free Yes Yes Yes Yes No Many other JavaScript libs including AngularJS: PhpFiddle: Free Yes Yes Yes No No Provided multiple popular JavaScript libraries W3Schools: Free Yes Yes Yes No No

  4. W3Schools - Wikipedia

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    Current status. Active. W3Schools is a freemium educational website for learning coding online. [1] [2] Initially released in 1998, it derives its name from the World Wide Web but is not affiliated with the W3 Consortium. [3] [4] W3Schools offers courses covering many aspects of web development. [5] W3Schools also publishes free HTML templates.

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    Absolutely! It's quick and easy to sign up for a free AOL account. With your AOL account you get features like AOL Mail, news, and weather for free!

  6. Template:Navbar - Wikipedia

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    Navbar. Template documentation. This template is used in system messages, and on approximately 39,000 pages. Changes to it can cause immediate changes to the Wikipedia user interface. To avoid major disruption, any changes should be tested in the template's /sandbox or /testcases subpages, or in your own user subpage.

  7. Navigation bar - Wikipedia

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    References. Navigation bar. A navigation bar (or navigation system) is a section of a graphical user interface intended to aid visitors in accessing information. Navigation bars are implemented in operating systems, file browsers, [1] web browsers, apps, web sites and other similar user interfaces .

  8. Login - Wikipedia

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    Login. In computer security, logging in (or logging on, signing in, or signing on) is the process by which an individual gains access to a computer system or program by identifying and authenticating themselves. The user credentials are typically some form of a username and a password, [1] and these credentials themselves are sometimes referred ...

  9. Web navigation - Wikipedia

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    Navigation bar: A navigation bar or (navigation system) is a section of a website or online page intended to aid visitors in travelling through the online document. Sitemap : A site map (or sitemap ) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users.