Bootstrap card provide us a lot of functionality that we can play around. We can also make them responsive and also of fixed size all depends on our need. So the code for the fixed size bootstrap card deck is given below. We have provided the code without using CSS properties so it looks much simpler and easier to understand.
In this article, we will use some Bootstrap classes to design responsive card.
Also you can look for the code for how to create a card and then use it according to your need. You can modify the pictures using img tag given inside the card class div.
Note: Example 1 represents how to make a single card while example 2 represents how to embed that card efficiently such that it is responsive.
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