Here's how you can put them to work with either
The best part is you can do this with any button variant, too:
Similarly, create split button dropdowns with virtually the same markup as single button dropdowns, but with the addition of boolean prop
split for proper spacing around the dropdown caret.
We use this extra class to reduce the horizontal
padding on either side of the caret by 25% and remove the
margin-left that's attached for normal button dropdowns. Those additional changes hold the caret centered in the split button and implement a more properly sized hit area next to the main button.
Button dropdowns work with buttons of all sizes, including default and split dropdown buttons.
Opt into darker dropdowns to match a dark navbar or custom style by set
dark property. No changes are required to the dropdown items.
And putting it to use in a navbar:
Trigger dropdown menus above elements by adding
direction="dropup" to the
Trigger dropdown menus at the right of the elements by adding
direction="dropend" to the
Trigger dropdown menus at the left of the elements by adding
direction="dropstart" to the