gridism.

A simple responsive CSS grid by @cobyism.

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.whole
.half
.half
.two-thirds
.one-quarter
.three-quarters
.one-fifth
.four-fifths
.two-fifths
.three-fifths
.golden-large
.golden-small

Nested grids

Nested grids also work, but the markup gets gnarly pretty quickly.

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You have two main options for using Gridism in your project.

Installation

Once you’ve acquired the Gridism source code, there’s a couple of other things you’ll probably want to do.

1. Stylesheet

Add the following stylesheet to the <head> section of your project’s HTML. If you didn’t use Bower, you may need to adjust the path to the CSS file to match your file structure.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/gridism/gridism.css">

2. Viewport

Set the scale of your viewport to the width of the device. Placing the following tag in the <head> of your HTML ensures the viewport doesn’t load zoomed-out on mobiles and tablets.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width,initial-scale=1">