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CSS Bootstrap Basics Building Forms With Bootstrap Custom Form Controls for Cross-Browser Consistency

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Dear @aakashsrivastav,

Had to watch the whole video to understand what you were saying. Anyway, I got you, Guil was talking about the fade-out effect that was being caused when the X in the alert box was clicked. This effect was being applied due to the fade class.

I don't know if you tried it or not, but if you can experiment with the classes by removing them and adding them again, you can see the change in the browser. If you do remove those classes, you will observe that the change is abrupt. That means the alert dialog appears abruptly. On the contrary, those two classes (fade & show) make the changes smoother.

That's what Guil was referring to.

Happy coding. :clap::clap::clap:

Nafis Fuad

Glad to help.
These :clap::clap: are very easy to add. Just type out :clap: and see it in action. It's called Markdown.

You can get a clear understanding about markdown from this course. It's very detailed and you'll get your answer from there.

Happy Learning :smile: