Hey Guys ,
Checkout this framework , its a lightweight framework by Yahoo , and its called PureCSS. now what i really want to do is , dig into this framework source code , so that i can understand how responsive grids are made . Unfortunately i cannot find the source of where the responsive grids are . can somebody help me find the source of where all the responsive magical grids are ?? .
Framework Link : git link
Hi gautamz07, Dig into the
Dig into the src folder eg https://github.com/yahoo/pure/blob/master/src/buttons/tests/manual/button.html
Thanks , that what i did , but i still can't find where the grid magic is .
Chris coyer , has a great example here : chris coyer grids
but i want to learn more complex grids , kind of the way the pros do it(except gary LOL .. i know by now , he does't like grids ) .
never mind though ... i'll keep searching. Thanks .
I don't dislike grids, I abhor them
If you use any grid 'system', you will end up using non-semantic html tags and id and class tokens. Further, grids are a print meme, equivalent to the print paste-up board; thus not amenable to flowing content nor to responsive UA widths.
Grid systems are best suited to assembly line houses where coders are not well versed in using well structured, semantic html. Nor does it require a knowledge of the cascade and inheritance, leading to bloated, nonsensical css files, files and more files. Stupid, but 'coders' are cheap when they don't need to know what they're doing or why.
gautamz07 wrote: … but i
but i want to learn more complex grids , kind of the way the pros do it(except gary LOL .. i know by now , he does't like grids ) …
Example of 'complex' grid?
but 'coders' are cheap when they don't need to know what they're doing or why.
I'll keep that in mind.