Check out the details below and stay tuned for part 2, coming tomorrow, when we will show you the buttons, icons, images and pagination!
Update: Bootstrap Elements Features Part 2 is already available for preview.
The default title element is H3. You can change it with another heading between H1 and H6. From the element properties you can change the alignment to be none, left, center or right. Also you can choose from six default lightweight styles (emphasis).
Paragraphs are by default 14px font size with a line height of 20px. In addition, paragraphs receive a bottom margin of half their line-height.
Add contact information such as address, name, phone number, etc.
You can quote any block of content from another source within your page. Blockquote can be aligned to the left or to the right.
Add a list of items with bullets, where the order doesn't matter. From the element properties you can remove the default styling and also show all list items on a single line (inline).
Add a list of items with numbering, where the order does matter. From the element properties you can remove the default styling and also show all list items on a single line (inline).
Add a list of terms, features or anything that needs a definition or explanation. From the element properties you can make the list vertical as well.
Add a table with as many rows and columns as you wish. From the element properties you can choose the table row style and also style the table with borders and rounded corners. You can enable the rows hover state.
Add a form where your users enter data for processing. From the element properties, the form can also be inline.
Add a search field to your forms, where your users will type in keywords to search through the content.
In the horizontal form, the labels and input fields are on the same line.
Add a simple input field with a label. You can customize the labels with some predefined lightweight styles.