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Silent grid classes in 5.0rc1 #162

drejohnson opened this Issue Mar 9, 2013 · 8 comments


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Will 5.0 feature silent grid classes like csswizardry-grids? I wanted to use 5.0rc1 since I saw that it included the grid from csswizardry-grids but really like the idea of silent classes.


csswizardry commented Mar 11, 2013

Unfortunately the width classes aren’t just for the grid system in inuit.css, so to have a blanket usage of silent classes isn’t really appropriate IMO. I might to to port the switch that csswizardry-grid uses in 5.1, though :)



csswizardry commented Mar 19, 2013

Hi, I have decided to omit this…

It would make more sense that if a user would like that level of control that they use csswizardry-grids in conjunction with inuit.css; it means they get many more features and much more control. The inuit.css grids will remain based on csswizardry-grids but not as comprehensive.


Ok thanks. To use csswizardry-grids with inuit.css, should I disable inuit.css grids or just set csswizardry-grids to use silent classes and leave everything enabled?


csswizardry commented Mar 19, 2013

I would disable inuit.css grids :)

ockam commented Mar 29, 2013

You should add a note about the difference in implementation in inuit.css docs. My first reflex was to look up the csswizardry-grids docs while using Inuit.

jjcall commented Mar 29, 2013

I also tried using csswizardry-grids docs at first and then realized that the inuit grids are not the same implementation. Great work on all this BTW!


csswizardry commented Apr 2, 2013

I’m thinking of possibly including csswizardry-grids as a submodule in inuit.css :)

+1 csswizardry-grids as a submodule

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