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CSS Framework Basics Prototyping with Bootstrap Building a Carousel

How would I move the carousel indicators below the slide? I've given 'bottom' property a negative value, still no luck.

.carousel-indicators { position: absolute; bottom: -40px; left: 50%; z-index: 15; width: 60%; padding-left: 0; margin-left: -30%; text-align: center; list-style: none; }

1 Answer

Matthew Panton
Matthew Panton
15,228 Points

You might want to check that the parent element of .carousel-indicators is not position: static which is the default, try changing it to relative

Alright I'll give it a try. Thanks

I figured it out... I had changed the standard value but didn't change the media query (min-width 768)... So previewing on monitor, full screen, I noticed no differnce.