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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Admin

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Admin

Hey guys, in this video, we're going to build a custom admin theme using Bootstrap. This theme will be used for a content management system (CMS) to manage website pages and blog posts. However, please note that this is just the front-end and does not have any functionality or use a server-side language. It is mainly for learning purposes and aimed at beginners. To start off, I recently released a beginner's crash course on Bootstrap, and this video is a follow-up to that. We will be using the skills learned in that course to create this theme. For back-end developers, don't worry, we will cover Node.js and other back-end programming languages in future videos. But for now, I wanted to focus on beginner and front-end developer content. Now, let's take a look at what we're going to build. It's not the most visually appealing dashboard you've ever seen, but it serves as a good example for beginners to get into Bootstrap. At the top, we have a navbar with four main parts: dashboard, pages, posts, and users. On the right side of the navbar, we have a welcome message and a logout button. Clicking on the logout button will redirect us to a plain HTML login page, although it lacks any back-end functionality. Clicking on the login button will simply redirect us back to the dashboard. Below the navbar, we have a heading area titled "Create Content" which includes a drop-down menu with options to add a page, add a post, or add a user. Further down, we have a breadcrumb navigation. We're using the grid system to create a sidebar. In the sidebar, we have a list group for pages, posts, and users, with icons from Bootstrap's glyphicon set. We also have badges displaying the number of users and posts. Moving on, we have progress bars...