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Do you usually do something like a 16 column grid for a website?
I had a nice 16 column grid working, but then my client wants to have two columns of content. How do I have two things side by side without them either being too far apart or touching each other?
An odd number grid is much easier for two columns.
If I want the items to be the same size, an odd numbered grid can give one column gutter, but an even one gives two column gutter. Do people design with odd number grids?
You're extremely lazy.
- Because you aren't researching yourself when the answers have not only been printed, but are abundant on the web.instrmntl
- By you're questions it's clear you don't have an understanding of grids and need to dig deeper.instrmntl
- I wouldn't call you lazy, but he's right about having to learn the basics.zarkonite
You can also produce a one or two column, on an even or odd column grid. For instance a 12 column grid can be divided into 3 or 4 columns.
^ A 12 column grid doesn't give you much space in between each column.
I use 12 as a default.
you can break it into so many quadrants.
The gutter does not need to be full column width. Try line-height x2 between columns.
is this really happening?
^ This. The gutter can be any width you want it to be, problem solved.
haha what am I reading?
you're reading a gutterless column grid layout mess.
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