Skinning and designing Serendipity (CSS, HTML, Smarty)
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I assume you're used to themes like Bulletproof or 2k11 that offer a lot of customization in the theme options. Bootstrap4 does not do that. That's by design.
If you want to adapt it, you'll need to get your hands dirty with HTML, CSS and Smarty and learn how to adapt the theme and its templates to your liking. It really is intended for people who want to do that (and who like the Bootstrap framework).
If that's not to your liking, you're better off with a theme that offers more customization options via theme options like, I don't know, Timeline or Clean Blog maybe.