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Smart CSS preprocessor grids

Smart CSS preprocessor grids
column (ratios = 1, offset = 0, cycle = 0, uncycle = 0, gutter = jeet-gutter) column (also aliased as col) is perhaps the strongest feature of any grid system on the market. You specify an initial ratio, either as fractions or decimals, then pass the parent container's context ratio to maintain consistent gutters as you nest. Offsetting is made trivial as well. Just specify a ratio to make your offset have a margin-left.

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Gridlock  /  Projects  /  Ben Plum Syntax Gridlock features three distinct grid sizes that correspond to specific screen sizes: desktop, tablet and mobile. Desktop features a full 12 or 16 column grid, tablet snaps down to 6 or 8, and mobile contains only 3. The syntax is simple and easily read: [target device]-[column count]. Using this method, a cell can be easily adjusted to fit the target device's screen size by applying the appropriate class names: desktop-8 tablet-4 mobile-3. Gridlock also includes some fraction helper classes, -full, -half and -third.

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