Grid Layout

The 12 column grid can be used for aligning components and assisting in responsive behavior. It is not intended to be the only solution for aligning components.

Version 1.0

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-1

.col-md-2

.col-md-2

.col-md-2

.col-md-2

.col-md-2

.col-md-2

.col-md-3

.col-md-3

.col-md-3

.col-md-3

.col-md-4

.col-md-4

.col-md-4

.col-md-6

.col-md-6

Example: Mobile, Tablet, Desktop

Don't want your columns to simply stack in smaller devices? Use the extra small and medium device grid classes by adding .col-xs-* .col-sm-*.col-md-* to your columns.


.col-md-4  .col-xs-12

.col-md-4  .col-xs-6

.col-md-4  .col-xs-6

.col-md-6  .col-sm-8

.col-md-6  .col-sm-4

Example: Offsetting columns

Move columns to the right using .col-md-offset-* classes. These classes increase the left margin of a column by * columns. For example, .col-md-offset-4 moves .col-md-4 over four columns.


.col-md-4

.col-md-4  .col-md-offset-4

.col-md-3  .col-md-offset-3

.col-md-3  .col-md-offset-3

Usage & Code Tips

Sass Grid Mixin Usage:

Example:.classname { @include make-md-column(@columns; @gutter: @grid-gutter-width); }