Is it just me, or does dash’s bootstrap not have the standard “xs” breakpoint classes? When I create a dash app and give something an xs class (for example, if I give a column the class “col-xs-6”), that class doesn’t seem to be in the css and is ignored. But if I use col-sm-, col-md- etc, those classes work.
Is there a simple way to access the xs classes?
Here’s an example of something that doesn’t work as expected (see the column with the “col-xs-6” class).
import dash import dash_bootstrap_components as dbc app = dash.Dash( external_stylesheets=[dbc.themes.BOOTSTRAP] ) app.layout = dbc.Container( dbc.Row( dbc.Col( dbc.Alert( "Hello, Bootstrap!", className="m-5" ), className="col-xs-6" ) ) ) if __name__ == "__main__": app.run_server()