To maintain a consistent look-and-feel of the implementation, it’s needed to link to the correct styling and interaction libraries.
It’s the library’s responsibility to provide these files and the implementors responsibility to use them.
In the next section you can see an example of the minimum setup to get your started.
You can start with the following HTML output as a template which gives you the basic markup needed and all the proper references to styling and interactivity in order to start using components from this library.
When you have above in place, you can start filling the blank spot between the template component(s) HTML comments. If you want to start with a grid for instance, you can have a look here MDB Grid and use one of the examples there to use in your own template.
By selecting a component you will see a preview window which will show the component’s look-and-feel. Underneath the component preview you’ll see the HTML tab in which you can copy the markup needed to use in your own template.
body tag and after the core scripts.
The component library has a few example templates which are listed here:
The preview page lists all components so that they can easily be viewed.
Please inform us when you started using the component library by sending an email to email@example.com. This way we are able to inform you as implementor about new developments regarding the library. We will not email you frequently and your emailaddress will only be used for the sole purpose of library developments.