Gridism CSS grid system

Back in the days before the rise of flexbox and Bootstrap-centric starter templates, I found myself frequently needing a simple, light-weight grid system for projects. So I went ahead and built one.

Gridism weighed in at only around ~100 lines of CSS, and provided a simple, responsive, and flexible CSS grid system, which found a niche audience of developers who wanted an uncomplicated, no-frills grid that both didn’t get in the way of their work, and didn't try and solve a bunch of additional unrelated CSS/visual problems.

Gridism's simple grid classes

After having a good run for 5-6 years, support for flexbox had well andy truly become established as the correct way for grid systems, so with external grid frameworks now largely redundant it made sense to archive the project. It all still works though ^_^

Coby Chapple (@cobyism)

@cobyism—a.k.a. Coby Chapple is an autodidact, systems thinker, product architect, pixel technician, full-stack algorithmagician, multi-media maker, cryptography geek, aspiring linguist, and generalist Designerd™ extraordinaire. Read more »