Bootstrap 4 spacing

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Spacing

Assign or to an element or a subset of its sides with shorthand classes. Includes support for individual properties, all properties, and vertical and horizontal properties. All classes are multiples on the global default value, (10px).

The classes are named using the format:

Where property is one of:

  • - for classes that set
  • - for classes that set

Where sides is one of:

  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set both and
  • - for classes that set both and
  • - for classes that set a or on all 4 sides of the element

Where size is one of:

  • - for classes that eliminate the or by setting it to
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or

(You can add more sizes by adding entries to the Sass map variable.)

Here are some representative examples of these classes:

Horizontal centering

Additionally, Bootstrap also includes an class for horizontally centering fixed-width block level content by setting the horizontal margins to .

Sours: https://boosted.orange.com/v4-alpha5/utilities/spacing/

Spacing in Bootstrap with Examples

Bootstrap has many facility of classes to easily style elements in HTML. It includes various responsive padding and margin classes for modification of the appearance of element. Spacing utilities have no breakpoints symbols to apply to the breakpoints.
Following Syntax are used in the Various Classes for adding spacing: 

  • (property)(sides)-(size) for xs
  • (property)(sides)-(breakpoint)-(size) for sm, md, lg, and xl.

Property: There are two ways of adding spacing to the elements.

  • m: This property defines the margin. Margin provides an edge or border.
  • p: This property defines the padding. Padding properties are used to generate space around the content.

Sides: This allows users to add spacing in content to a specific side wherever required.

  • t : margin-top/padding-top.
  • b : margin-bottom/padding-bottom.
  • l : margin-left/padding-left.
  • r : margin-right/padding-right.
  • x : for padding-left and padding-right/margin-left and margin-right.
  • y : for padding-top and padding-bottom/margin-top and margin-bottom.
  • blank : margin/padding on all sides of the element.

Size: This allows users to add a specific amount of spacing to a level. 

  • 0 – 0px margin/padding.
  • 1 – 4px margin/padding.
  • 2 – 8px margin/padding.
  • 3 – 16px margin/padding.
  • 4 – 24px margin/padding.
  • 5 – 48px margin/padding.
  • auto – auto margin.

Breakpoint: Breakpoints are points where the website content can adjust according to the device and allow to show the best layout to the user.  



  • sm, md, lg, and xl are the following breakpoints.

Syntax: 

  • For breakpoint – xs:
<div class="mt-4">
  • For breakpoint – md:
<div class="mt-md-4">
  • For breakpoint – lg:
<div class="mt-lg-4">
  • For breakpoint – xl:
<div class="mt-xl-4">

Responsive Spacing Table: 

Screen SizeClass
Appears on all.ml-3
Appears only on xs.ml-3 .ml-sm-0
Appears only on sm.ml-sm-3 .ml-md-0
Appears only on md.ml-md-3 .ml-lg-0
Appears only on lg.ml-lg-3 .d-xl-0
Appears only on xl.ml-xl-3

Example 1: 

HTML

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Output: 

Example 2: 

HTML

 
 
 

Output: 

Example 3: 

HTML

 

Output:

Supported Browser:

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Opera
  • Safari



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Spacing

Assign responsive-friendly or values to an element or a subset of its sides with shorthand classes. Includes support for individual properties, all properties, and vertical and horizontal properties. Classes are built from a default Sass map ranging from to .

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Notation

Spacing utilities that apply to all breakpoints, from to , have no breakpoint abbreviation in them. This is because those classes are applied from and up, and thus are not bound by a media query. The remaining breakpoints, however, do include a breakpoint abbreviation.

The classes are named using the format for and for , , , and .

Where property is one of:

  • - for classes that set
  • - for classes that set

Where sides is one of:

  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set or
  • - for classes that set both and
  • - for classes that set both and
  • blank - for classes that set a or on all 4 sides of the element

Where size is one of:

  • - for classes that eliminate the or by setting it to
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or
  • - (by default) for classes that set the or to or

(You can add more sizes by adding entries to the Sass map variable.)

Examples

Here are some representative examples of these classes:

Horizontal centering

Additionally, Bootstrap also includes an class for horizontally centering fixed-width block level content—that is, content that has and a set—by setting the horizontal margins to .

Sours: https://boosted.orange.com/v4-alpha/utilities/spacing/

Spacing bootstrap 4

Bootstrap 4 Utilities

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Bootstrap 4 Utilities

Bootstrap 4 has a lot of utility/helper classes to quickly style elements without using any CSS code.


Borders

Use the classes to add or remove borders from an element:

Example

Example

<span class="border"></span>
<span class="border border-0"></span>
<span class="border border-top-0"></span>
<span class="border border-right-0"></span>
<span class="border border-bottom-0"></span>
<span class="border border-left-0"></span>

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Border Color

Add a color to the border with any of the contextual border color classes:

Example

Example

<span class="border border-primary"></span>
<span class="border border-secondary"></span>
<span class="border border-success"></span>
<span class="border border-danger"></span>
<span class="border border-warning"></span>
<span class="border border-info"></span>
<span class="border border-light"></span>
<span class="border border-dark"></span>
<span class="border border-white"></span>

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Border Radius

Add rounded corners to an element with the classes:

Example

Example

<span class="rounded-sm"></span>
<span class="rounded"></span>
<span class="rounded-lg"></span>
<span class="rounded-top"></span>
<span class="rounded-right"></span>
<span class="rounded-bottom"></span>
<span class="rounded-left"></span>
<span class="rounded-circle"></span>
<span class="rounded-0"></span>

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Float and Clearfix

Float an element to the right with the class or to the left with , and clear floats with the class:

Example

Example

<div class="clearfix">
  <span class="float-left">Float left</span>
  <span class="float-right">Float right</span>
</div>

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Responsive Floats

Float an element to the left or to the right depending on screen width, with the responsive float classes ( - where * is (>=576px), (>=768px), (>=992px) or (>=1200px)):

Example

Float right on small screens or wider


Float right on medium screens or wider


Float right on large screens or wider


Float right on extra large screens or wider


Float none

Example

<div class="float-sm-right">Float right on small screens or wider</div><br>
<div class="float-md-right">Float right on medium screens or wider</div><br>
<div class="float-lg-right">Float right on large screens or wider</div><br>
<div class="float-xl-right">Float right on extra large screens or wider</div><br>
<div class="float-none">Float none</div>

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Center Align

Center an element with the class (adds margin-left and margin-right: auto):

Example

Example

<div class="mx-auto bg-warning" style="width:150px">Centered</div>

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Width

Set the width of an element with the w-* classes (, , , , ):

Example

Width 25%

Width 50%

Width 75%

Width 100%

Max Width 100%

Example

<div class="w-25 bg-warning">Width 25%</div>
<div class="w-50 bg-warning">Width 50%</div>
<div class="w-75 bg-warning">Width 75%</div>
<div class="w-100 bg-warning">Width 100%</div>
<div class="mw-100 bg-warning">Max Width 100%</div>

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Height

Set the height of an element with the h-* classes (, , , , ):

Example

Height 25%

Height 50%

Height 75%

Height 100%

Max Height 100%

Example

<div style="height:200px;background-color:#ddd">
  <div class="h-25 bg-warning">Height 25%</div>
  <div class="h-50 bg-warning">Height 50%</div>
  <div class="h-75 bg-warning">Height 75%</div>
  <div class="h-100 bg-warning">Height 100%</div>
  <div class="mh-100 bg-warning" style="height:500px">Max Height 100%</div>
</div>

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Spacing

Bootstrap 4 has a wide range of responsive margin and padding utility classes. They work for all breakpoints: (<=576px), (>=576px), (>=768px), (>=992px) or (>=1200px)):

The classes are used in the format: for and for , , , and .

Where property is one of:

  • - sets
  • - sets

Where sides is one of:

  • - sets or
  • - sets or
  • - sets or
  • - sets or
  • - sets both and or and
  • - sets both and or and
  • blank - sets a or on all 4 sides of the element

Where size is one of:

  • - sets or to
  • - sets or to (4px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets or to (8px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets or to (16px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets or to (24px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets or to (48px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets to auto

Note: margins can also be negative, by adding an "n" in front of size:

  • - sets to (-4px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets to (-8px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets to (-16px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets to (-24px if font-size is 16px)
  • - sets to (-48px if font-size is 16px)

Example

I only have a top padding (1.5rem = 24px)

I have a padding on all sides (3rem = 48px)

I have a margin on all sides (3rem = 48px) and a bottom padding (3rem = 48px)

Example

<div class="pt-4 bg-warning">I only have a top padding (1.5rem = 24px)</div>
<div class="p-5 bg-success">I have a padding on all sides (3rem = 48px)</div>
<div class="m-5 pb-5 bg-info">I have a margin on all sides (3rem = 48px) and a bottom padding (3rem = 48px)</div>

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More Spacing Examples

margin on all sidesTry it
margin topTry it
margin bottomTry it
margin leftTry it
margin rightTry it
margin left and rightTry it
margin top and bottomTry it
padding on all sidesTry it
padding topTry it
padding bottomTry it
padding leftTry it
padding rightTry it
padding top and bottomTry it
padding left and rightTry it

Shadows

Use the classes to add shadows to an element:

Example

No shadow

Small shadow

Default shadow

Large shadow

Example

<div class="shadow-none p-4 mb-4 bg-light">No shadow</div>
<div class="shadow-sm p-4 mb-4 bg-white">Small shadow</div>
<div class="shadow p-4 mb-4 bg-white">Default shadow</div>
<div class="shadow-lg p-4 mb-4 bg-white">Large shadow</div>

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Vertical Align

Use the classes to change the alignment of elements (only works on inline, inline-block, inline-table and table cell elements):

Example

baselinetopmiddlebottomtext-toptext-bottom

Example

<span class="align-baseline">baseline</span>
<span class="align-top">top</span>
<span class="align-middle">middle</span>
<span class="align-bottom">bottom</span>
<span class="align-text-top">text-top</span>
<span class="align-text-bottom">text-bottom</span>

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Responsive Embeds

Create responsive video or slideshow embeds based on the width of the parent.

Add the to any embed elements (like <iframe> or <video>) in a parent element with and an aspect ratio of your choice:

Example

Example

<!-- 21:9 aspect ratio -->
<div class="embed-responsive embed-responsive-21by9">
  <iframe class="embed-responsive-item" src="..."></iframe>
</div>

<!-- 16:9 aspect ratio -->
<div class="embed-responsive embed-responsive-16by9">
  <iframe class="embed-responsive-item" src="..."></iframe>
</div>

<!-- 4:3 aspect ratio -->
<div class="embed-responsive embed-responsive-4by3">
  <iframe class="embed-responsive-item" src="..."></iframe>
</div>

<!-- 1:1 aspect ratio -->
<div class="embed-responsive embed-responsive-1by1">
  <iframe class="embed-responsive-item" src="..."></iframe>
</div>

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Visibility

Use the or classes to control the visibility of elements. Note: These classes do not change the CSS display value. They only add or :

Example

I am visible

I am invisible

Example

<div class="visible">I am visible</div>
<div class="invisible">I am invisible</div>

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Position

Use the class to make any element fixed/stay at the top of the page:

Example

<nav class="navbar navbar-expand-sm bg-dark navbar-dark fixed-top">
  ...
</nav>

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Use the class to make any element fixed/stay at the bottom of the page:

Example

<nav class="navbar navbar-expand-sm bg-dark navbar-dark fixed-bottom">
  ...
</nav>

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Use the class to make any element fixed/stay at the top of the page when you scroll past it. Note: This class does not work in IE11 and earlier (will treat it as ).

Example

<nav class="navbar navbar-expand-sm bg-dark navbar-dark sticky-top">
  ...
</nav>

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Close icon

Use the class to style a close icon. This is often used for alerts and modals. Note that we use the symbol to create the actual icon (a better looking "x"). Also note that it floats right by default:

Example

Example

<button type="button" class="close">&times;</button>

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Screenreaders

Use the class to hide an element on all devices, except screen readers:

Example

<span class="sr-only">I will be hidden on all screens except for screen readers.</span>

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Colors

As described in the Colors chapter, here is a list of all text and background color classes:

The classes for text colors are: , , , , , , , , , (default body color/often black) and :

Example

This text is muted.

This text is important.

This text indicates success.

This text represents some information.

This text represents a warning.

This text represents danger.

Secondary text.

Dark grey text.

Body text.

Light grey text.

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Contextual text classes can also be used on links, which will add a darker hover color:

You can also add 50% opacity for black or white text with the or classes:

Example

Black text with 50% opacity on white background

White text with 50% opacity on black background

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Background Colors

The classes for background colors are: , , , , , , and .

Note that background colors do not set the text color, so in some cases you'll want to use them together with a class.

Example

This text is important.

This text indicates success.

This text represents some information.

This text represents a warning.

This text represents danger.

Secondary background color.

Dark grey background color.

Light grey background color.

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Typography/Text Classes

As described in the Typography chapter, here is a list of all typography/text classes:

ClassDescriptionExample
Display headings are used to stand out more than normal headings (larger font-size and lighter font-weight), and there are four classes to choose from: , , , Try it
Bold textTry it
Bolder bold textTry it
Normal textTry it
Light weight textTry it
Lighter weight textTry it
Italic textTry it
Makes a paragraph stand outTry it
Indicates smaller text (set to 85% of the size of the parent)Try it
Prevents long text from breaking layoutTry it
Indicates center-aligned textTry it
Removes the underline from a linkTry it
Indicates left-aligned textTry it
Indicates justified textTry it
Monospaced textTry it
Indicates no wrap textTry it
Indicates lowercased textTry it
Resets the color of a text or a link (inherits the color from its parent)Try it
Indicates right-aligned textTry it
Indicates uppercased textTry it
Indicates capitalized textTry it
Displays the text inside an element in a slightly smaller font sizeTry it
Removes the default list-style and left margin on list items (works on both and ). This class only applies to immediate children list items (to remove the default list-style from any nested lists, apply this class to any nested lists as well)Try it
Places all list items on a single line (used together with on each <li> elements)Try it
Makes a element scrollableTry it

Block Elements

To make an element into a block element, add the class. Use any of the classes to control WHEN the element should be a block element on a specific screen width:

Example

d-blockd-sm-blockd-md-blockd-lg-blockd-xl-block

Example

<span class="d-block bg-success">d-block</span>
<span class="d-sm-block bg-success">d-sm-block</span>
<span class="d-md-block bg-success">d-md-block</span>
<span class="d-lg-block bg-success">d-lg-block</span>
<span class="d-xl-block bg-success">d-xl-block</span>

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Other Display Classes

Other display classes are also available:

ClassDescriptionExample
Hides an elementTry it
Hides an element on a specific screen sizeTry it
Makes an element inlineTry it
Makes an element inline on a specific screen sizeTry it
Makes an element inline blockTry it
Makes an element inline block on a specific screen sizeTry it
Makes an element display as a tableTry it
Makes an element display as a table on a specific screen sizeTry it
Makes an element display as a table cellTry it
Makes an element display as a table cell on a specific screen sizeTry it
Makes an element display as a table rowTry it
Makes an element display as a table row on a specific screen sizeTry it
Creates a flexbox container and transforms direct children into flex itemsTry it
Creates a flexbox container on a specific screen sizeTry it
Creates an inline flexbox containerTry it
Creates an inline flexbox container on a specific screen sizeTry it

Flex

Use classes to control the layout with flexbox.

Read more about Bootstrap 4 Flex, in our next chapter.

Example

Horizontal:

Flex item 1

Flex item 2

Flex item 3

Flex item 1

Flex item 2

Flex item 3

Vertical:

Flex item 1

Flex item 2

Flex item 3

Flex item 1

Flex item 2

Flex item 3



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Learn Bootstrap 4 - Spacing Utilities - Episode 2

The margin property adds spacing between the elements while CSS padding between the content and container boundary.

The Bootstrap 4 has built-in utility responsive classes for margin and padding that you may use easily in various elements to manage the spacing.

A few quick examples

Syntax of using shorthand margin and padding

You may use the padding and margin shorthand Bootstrap 4 classes as follows:

For extra small devices i.e. xs:

{property}{sides}-{size}

For other devices/viewports (small, medium, large and extra large):

{property}{sides}-{breakpoint}-{size}

Where:

property = m for margin and p for padding

Following are sides shorthand meanings:

  • l = defines the left-margin or left-padding
  • r = defines the right-margin or right-padding
  • t = defines the top-margin or top-padding
  • b = defines the bottom-margin or right-padding
  • x = For setting left and right padding and margins by the single call
  • y = For setting top and bottom margins
  • blank = margin and padding for all sides

The size can be from value 0 to 5 and auto. I will show you examples for seeing the difference.

The breakpoint = sm, md, lg, and xl.

Combining all the above, the left padding complete code can be (for example):

For left padding in extra small devices:

pl-2

or for medium to extra large:

pl-md-2

Now, let me show you the usage of these padding and margin shorthand utility classes in action in Bootstrap 4.

The example of Bootstrap padding classes for all directions

In this example, the padding classes are used in paragraphs as follows:

As such no breakpoint is used, so this applies to viewports from extra small to extra large. That means, if you resize the example page, the padding maintains for all viewports. Have a look:

Bootstrap padding

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<div class="container">

 

<h3 class="p-3 text-primary">The demo of padding classes</h3>

 

<p class="p-5 bg-info text-warning">p-5</p>

 

<p class="p-4 bg-success text-warning">p-4</p>

 

<p class="p-3 bg-primary text-warning">p-3</p>

 

<p class="p-2 bg-secondary text-warning">p-2</p>

 

<p class="p-1 bg-danger text-white">p-1</p>

 

<p class="p-0 bg-primary text-warning">p-0</p>

 

 

 

</div>


You can see, the p-0is adjacent to the container div element and the difference of padding in all directions for different utility classes.

Using the left and top padding classes example

In the following example, four paragraphs are given different individual padding classes. The first applies from the small devices by using pl-sm-5 class. That is, only the left padding will apply.

In the second <p> tag, the pt-md-2 and pl-md-3 classes are used. That means from medium viewports, the top padding will be two points and left padding is 3.

For the third paragraph, pt-lg-3 and pl-lg-2 class are applied. By .lg, it means from large devices/viewports. The left padding is 2 and top padding is 3.

Finally, the last paragraph is given the padding classes for extra large viewports. The classes are pt-xl-5 and pl-xl-4.

For all above paragraphs, for extra small viewports, the padding remains zero. Have a look:

Bootstrap padding individual

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The markup:

<div class="container">

 

<h3 class="text-primary">The demo of individual padding classes</h3>

 

<p class="pl-sm-5 bg-info text-warning">pl-sm-5</p>

 

<p class="pt-md-2 pl-md-3 bg-success text-warning">pt-md-2 pl-md-3</p>

 

<p class="pt-lg-3 pl-lg-2 bg-primary text-warning">pt-lg-3 pl-lg-2</p>

 

<p class="pt-xl-5 pl-xl-4 bg-secondary text-warning">pt-xl-5 pl-xl-4</p>

 

 

 

</div>


Similarly, you may use the bottom and right padding individually in different elements. For example:

Bottom padding:

Right padding:

A demo of using margin classes for all directions

In the same way, you may use the Bootstrap margin utility classes for adding the space between elements. Just like padding, you may use a single class for all directions or individual classes for each direction.

The following example applies padding in all directions in four paragraphs for all viewports:

Bootstrap merging all

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The code:

<div class="container">

 

<h3 class="text-primary">The demo of margin classes</h3>

 

<p class="m-2 bg-info text-warning">m-2 </p>

 

<p class="m-4 bg-success text-warning">m-3</p>

 

<p class="m-1 bg-primary text-warning">m-1</p>

 

<p class="m-5 bg-secondary text-warning">m-5</p>

 

</div>

Applying margin top and bottom example

The example below shows applying different margins on top and bottom between the elements. For the top margin, following classes are used:

for the bottom, these classes are used:

  • mb-sm-5
  • mb-sm-4
  • mb-sm-2
  • mb-sm-1

As .sm breakpoint is used in all these classes, so it applies to small to extra large devices. Have a look:

Bootstrap margin top bottom

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The HTML code:

<div class="container">

 

<h3 class="text-primary">The demo of margin classes</h3>

 

<p class="mt-sm-3 mb-sm-5 bg-info text-warning">mt-sm-1 mb-sm-5 </p>

 

<p class="mt-sm-2 mb-sm-4 bg-success text-warning">mt-sm-2 mb-sm-4</p>

 

<p class="mt-sm-4 mb-sm-2 bg-primary text-warning">mt-sm-4 mb-sm-2</p>

 

<p class="mt-sm-3 mb-sm-1 bg-secondary text-warning">mt-sm-3 mb-sm-1</p>

 

 

 

</div>

Using x and y for margins

This example shows using the x and y for the margin sides. Just to remind the ‘x’ side will set the margin for left and right whereas the ‘y’ side sets the margins for top and bottom. Use these if you require setting the same margins for respective sides. See the usage below:

Bootstrap-margin x y

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The code:

<div class="container">

 

<h3 class="text-primary">The demo of margin classes</h3>

 

<p class="mx-sm-3 my-sm-5 bg-info text-warning">mx-sm-3 my-sm-5</p>

 

<p class="mx-sm-2 my-sm-4 bg-success text-warning">mx-sm-2 my-sm-4</p>

 

<p class="mx-sm-4 my-sm-2 bg-primary text-warning">mx-sm-4 my-sm-2</p>

 

<p class="mx-sm-3 my-sm-1 bg-secondary text-warning">mx-sm-3 my-sm-1</p>

 

 

 

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Grab the complete code from the example page.
Sours: https://www.jquery-az.com/bootstrap-margin-padding-classes-spacing-explained-5-examples/

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