Bootstrap calls them carousels. Here's one:
The jumbotron is one of the easiest BS components, so it's a good place to start.
What is a jumbotron?
It's for highlighting key messages, like this:
Hello, doggo fans!
DoggLand is the barkiest place in the world.
What is accessibility?
Accessibility is about making websites that people with disabilities can use. For example, blind people use screen readers, software that reads out a webpage's contents. A webpage can help a screen reader do its work, or get in the way, depending on how the page is designed.
We want a site with a header, a sidebar, a content area, and a footer. like this:
Here's the code for a non-responsive version.
Making a Bootstrap page
Twitter made the Bootstrap framework. It's a bunch of templates, along with stylesheets, and other things. We can copy the templates, and change them as we want. Bootstrap has been around for a while. It's on version 4, and has gotten quite powerful.
It's free. Free is good.
Use a Bootstrap theme to make a page look different.
Make a navbar and footer you can reuse.
Make a responsive page about pancakes.
Override Bootstrap's styles with our own.