Wrap the dropdown’s toggle (your button or link) and the dropdown menu within
.dropdown, or another element that declares
position: relative;. Dropdowns can be triggered from
<button> elements to better fit your potential needs. The examples shown here use semantic
<ul> elements where appropriate, but custom markup is supported.
.btn can be turned into a dropdown toggle with some markup changes. Here’s how you can put them to work with either
The best part is you can do this with any button variant, too:
a button to split
Create split button dropdowns using the same markup as single button dropdowns, but with the addition of.
For adequate space around the dropdown caret, use dropdown-toggle-split.
We utilise this extra class to eliminate the margin-left that is added to standard button dropdowns and lower the horizontal padding on either side of the caret by 25%. These further adjustments maintain the caret centred in the split button and create a larger hit area next to the main button.
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