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What is the div class name for the main content area here? Shouldn't it just be class="container"?
Here is a basic question for starting a Bootstrap mock-up.
Luke Glazebrook13,564 Points
Please correct me if I am getting the wrong end of the stick with this answer.
It shouldn't be id "container" because this is what, in Bootstrap, holds all the content and keeps it all in the centre. It also automatically adds margins to the side. This container may be used more than once within your document so it is very important to have another id for your main content area.
Thanks a lot for the answer. I still can't figure out the answer to this question in the code challenge. It points at a class which much be a bootstrap pre-defined class. Like a wrapper for the whole main content area I guess: "We need to give the first div in the 'Headline' section Bootstrap's class for showcasing key content on a site." (https://teamtreehouse.com/library/framework-basics/build-a-website-with-bootstrap/building-with-bootstrap).
It is from question 2 in the code challenge. I thought the direct link appeared automatically when I posted the question directly from the course page.