I wanted to use a Google Font for a logo and no where else in the site. It took me a fair amount of googling to figure out something that is relatively simple. One of those annoying problems of syntax differences again. Anyways, this is just a quick post with the answer in case anyone else follows in my footsteps.
So on one of my personal projects I’m working on I have an input area that is used for blog posts. The default “text_area” in Rails is small. Certainly not a box big enough for your typical blog post. Of course one can resize this manually in one’s browser. However, I’m building this to make some easy enough my Grandma could use.
Recently I started learning Ruby on Rails to build a couple projects. I’ve heard of Bootstrap and heard you can use it quickly to make a site look good. Since Bootstrap seems to be the popular way to do things I wanted to test it out myself. Unfortunately, I was immediately lost. Things were not very clear to me on what exactly I was suppose to do with it. So here are some of the things I wish I would have learned about Bootstrap straight out the gates.