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Sam Gord14,060 Points
make a style.css file and bring if after the bootstrap css file ( wherever u included bootstrap) so we can override styles. give each col, row or any original bootstrap class additional custom classes from your own, then use those classes to override the styles from bootstrap with @media or whatever u want .