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Jessica Graham6,878 Points
In the update notes p-t-3 is no longer 3rem. pt-5 is. What is this now measured in? What is the measurement relative to?
Bootstrap no longer uses class names like this p-t-3 to define the location, size and type of spacing (padding or margin). They've decided to remove the first hyphen character, so the correct class name would be pt-3. The spacing values discussed in the video no longer reflect full REM values. In other words, pt-3 does not add 3 rem to the top padding. It actually is just 1 rem. To get the spacing above the headline as seen in the video the top margin should be pt-5.
What is this now relative to? Thank you in advance