Basic example

The most basic list group is an unordered list with list items and the proper classes. Build upon it with the options that follow, or with your own CSS as needed.

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Active items

Add .active to a .list-group-item to indicate the current active selection.

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Disabled items

Add .disabled to a .list-group-item to make it appear disabled. Note that some elements with .disabled will also require custom JavaScript to fully disable their click events (e.g., links).

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Links and buttons

Use <a>s or <button>s to create actionable list group items with hover, disabled, and active states by adding .list-group-item-action. We separate these pseudo-classes to ensure list groups made of non-interactive elements (like <li>s or <div>s) don’t provide a click or tap affordance.

Flush

Add .list-group-flush to remove some borders and rounded corners to render list group items edge-to-edge in a parent container (e.g., cards).

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Contextual classes

Use contextual classes to style list items with a stateful background and color.

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  • A simple primary list group item
  • A simple secondary list group item
  • A simple success list group item
  • A simple danger list group item
  • A simple warning list group item
  • A simple info list group item
  • A simple light list group item
  • A simple dark list group item
With badges

Add badges to any list group item to show unread counts, activity, and more with the help of some utilities.

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Checkboxes and radios

Place Bootstrap’s checkboxes and radios within list group items and customize as needed. You can use them without <label>s, but please remember to include an aria-label attribute and value for accessibility.

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JavaScript behavior

Use the tab JavaScript plugin—include it individually or through the compiled bootstrap.js file—to extend our list group to create tabbable panes of local content.