iMocha’s online Bootstrap test is the ideal pre-hire test for recruiters and hiring managers to assess candidates objectively. Our test is useful for hiring UI Designer - Bootstrap, Sr. Web Developer – Bootstrap, and ASP .Net Developer with Bootstrap. This Bootstrap test has helped our customers to reduce time-to-hire by 45%.
Test Duration: 20 minutes
No. of Questions: 10
Level of Expertise: Expert Level
iMocha’s online Bootstrap test helps recruiters and hiring managers to evaluate candidate’s understanding about Bootstrap grid system which to quickly make the layouts for different types of devices like mobile phones, tablets, laptops
This test helps in evaluation of candidate’s ability to use .collapse class which is used to show and hide content
This online Bootstrap test assesses candidate’s ability to use all Bootstrap CSS classes which helps to quickly style page elements
Our test assesses candidate’s understanding about two major layouts in Bootstrap such as fluid layout and fixed layout
This Bootstrap test evaluate candidate’s knowledge about Bootstrap JS which is a JS library that focuses on simplifying the development of informative web pages
iMocha’s online Bootstrap test helps in evaluation of candidate’s knowledge about media queries which is an HTML/CSS functionality that allows to apply styles based on a set of browser and operating system parameters
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