RobertAndrews free asked 6 years ago

Hi, To use this, should I cite the CSS URL for BOTH Bootstrap and Material Design for Bootstrap, or JUST the latter? Until now, I have used both...
  <!-- Bootstrap 4 -->
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="" integrity="sha384-y3tfxAZXuh4HwSYylfB+J125MxIs6mR5FOHamPBG064zB+AFeWH94NdvaCBm8qnd" crossorigin="anonymous">
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="">
  <!-- Material Design for Bootstrap -->
  <link rel="stylesheet" href="">
... Which appeared perfect. If I switch off Bootstrap, my tables go wonky. (Maybe it's my own markup, everything else stays okay).

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RobertAndrews free answered 5 years ago

Following up... I'm aware I am currently using MDB in the incorrect manner. ie. As above, I am inserting <link> for the remote, CDN versions of Bootstrap 4 and MDB. This results in a different look. The navbar text is in capitals, the nav links don't have coloured shades behind, the body links are in a dark green/jade. However, I kind of prefer the way it looks. My question is: what's going on here? Is this a valid way to use MDB?

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