Using Bootstrap classes, modify the div element with the id "links" so that on extra small resolutions (<576px), each link and ad takes one whole row. It should look like this:

On small resolutions and higher (≥576px), both links should take one half of the row and the ads should be invisible. It should look like this:

HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap 4 
 

Run OK, but 4 out of 4 test cases fail:

  •   Each element takes the whole screen width on extra small screens: Wrong answer
  •   Links are in the same row on larger screens: Wrong answer
  •   Each link takes half the screen width on larger screens: Wrong answer
  •   Ads are invisible on larger screens: Wrong answer

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Bootstrap Grid Public New
Hard

15min

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