Bulma is a free, open-source CSS framework based on Flexbox. It is component rich, compatible, and well documented. It is highly responsive in nature. It uses classes to implement its design.
The notification is a simple colored block that draws the attention of the user about something. It can be used as a pinned notification in the corner of the viewport. It supports the use of the delete element.
Example 1: This example using Bulma to create a simple notification box.
Example 2: This example creating a notification block with colors using Bulma.
Example 3: This example creating a notification block with colors using Bulma.
Example 4: This example creating a notification block with colors using Bulma.
Example 5: This example creating a text messages interface (using class ‘notification’).
Note: Here in all the above examples, we use some extra Bulma classes like container, column, table, etc. to design the content well.
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- Bulma | Tabs
- Bulma | Tags
- Bulma | Introduction
- Bulma | Delete
- Bulma | List
- Bulma | Box
- Bulma | Button
- Bulma | Icon
- Bulma | Breadcrumb
- Bulma | Progress Bar
- Bulma | Table
- Bulma | Image
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