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#grid — A layout grid in JavaScript and CSS for web design and typography

#grid — A layout grid in JavaScript and CSS for web design and typography

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960 Gridder - Lay out websites with ease. Mastering the 960 Grid System We're already familiar with the 12- and 16-column variants of 960.gs, but did you know that a 24-column alternative exists too? In this article, you'll master the 960 grid system by dissecting the 24-column version demo. If you've only used 960gs before for Photoshop mockups, consider this your lucky day. By the end of this article, you'll be able to convert your designs to HTML and CSS in no time at all. A 960 Grid System Master—that's what you'll be after you've gone through this article. And, although we're going to use the 24-column variant of 960gs, you'll completely understand how the two older types (i.e., 12- and 16-columns) work too, by applying the same principles you'll learn here. We first need to check the HTML code of the demo, so view its source—if you're using Chrome, Firefox, or Opera, just press ctrl+U; if you're using Internet Explorer, change your browser! That's pretty much all we need to prepare, aside from a semi-functioning brain. As you can see, Good questions.

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