Flurid – The Fluid CSS Grid Framework
<div class="flurid"> <div class="row"> <div class="column width_1/2"> <p>Left column, 50% width</p> </div> <div class="column width_1/2 last"> <p>Right column, 50% width</p> </div> </div> </div>
Flurid is a cross-browser fluid width grid system optimized for flexibility (fluidity) and one of the only fluid width grid systems to work in Internet Explorer versions 5.0 and newer1 without hiding pixels in margins. Like any grid system, the basic purpose is to break the page into a series of rows and columns, giving the designer an easy, rational way to organize and present content to the user.
- Learn more about Flurid by reading the wiki
- Check out some usage examples.
- Find out about the known bugs and caveats
- Questions? Problems? Submit an issue
Flurid is dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.