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do i put bootstrap4 before or after my normalize.css/reset.css?

... also i notice that jquery do not seem to be the updated version on bootstrap download website page compared when entering jquery download website page themselves?

1 Answer

Richard Verbraak
Richard Verbraak
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AFAIK Bootstrap already has a normalize.css type of thing called Reboot. https://getbootstrap.com/docs/4.3/content/reboot/

But to be more specific towards your question. You'd want to use any css styling AFTER your normalize.css. This way you won't encounter any weird layout or styling issues when you load the webpage.

Basically, first ''reset'' the styling of the page. Then alter it.