1024px 32 column based responsive website framework?
# March 15, 2013 at 7:02 am
no idea, here is the funny thing i usually make website in 1024px and i thought of doing it using grid then i searched in google and found that grid generate website and got that png format of 1024px…now when i completed the website and think of doing css in 1024px i didnt find any :(# March 15, 2013 at 7:17 am
1024px was not generally used as a grid system as it was felt that the 960 grid would allow enough room on 1024 monitors.
Obviously we’ve moved on from that with bigger monitors, retina displays. multiple monitors etc.
I did see a 1140 grid but mostly today we’re not thinking in terms of pixel but percentages…that’s the beauty of responsive websites.
The pixel values we might use are usually rough guides in a our media queries for breakpoints…and those might not even be specifically related to actual devices.# March 15, 2013 at 8:02 am
1024px sure is a weird resolution to aim for as it doesn’t take scrollbar and possible other interface chrome into account for 1024px wide screens.
You can of course try to adapt any column framework to make it 32 columns. Change some values, add some classes, beats getting fired.# March 15, 2013 at 9:03 am
Why don’t you just make one? Obviously you’re facing a very uncommon case where you need a 32-columns grid system (which is a bad idea imo).
Then just roll up your sleeves and make one. It won’t take much more than one or two hours and it will do exactly what you need.
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