Breadcrumbs are a wonderful way to display a site's hierarchy-based information. Breadcrumbs can show the dates of publication, categories, and tags in the case of blogs. They show where the current page is in the navigational hierarchy.
In Bootstrap, a breadcrumb is essentially an unordered list with the class.breadcrumb. CSS (bootstrap.min.css) adds the divider automatically using the following class.
Breadcrumbs are demonstrated in the following example.
The following table lists the classes that Bootstrap provides to handle pagination.
|.pagination||Add this class to get the pagination on your page|
| .disabled, |
|You can customize links by using .disabled for unclickable links and .active to indicate the current page|
|.pagination-lg, .pagination-sm||Use these classes to get different size items.||