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README.md

The takitapart framework

A Compass extension providing a semantic, responsive, and fluid framework.

Usage

A sample webpage using most of the features is included in this repository (index.html).

This website is hosted here: http://framework.takitapart.net/.

To install this extension, from the command line run:

gem install compass.takitapart.framework

In your compass config.rb, include the framework:

require "takitapart"

In your stylesheet, include the individual modules as desired.

@import "takitapart/normalize";
@import "takitapart/typography";
@import "takitapart/grid";
@import "takitapart/form";
@import "takitapart/print";

You may also define SASS variables to configure the framework.

// Base font-size in pixels.
$font-size: 16;

// Base line-height.
$line: $font-size * 1.5;
$em: $font-size * 1;

// Number of columns.
$columns: 12;

// Width of the outer margin, in percent.
$outer-margin: 5.55555%;

I've also included a slightly modified version of the Golden Gridlet, adding in configuration variables for custom columns.

Roadmap

  • Clean up configuation variables
  • Complete forms
  • Fix inconsistencies in vertical grid
  • Browser compatibility
  • Images

Attribution & Credits

The takitapart framework is largely adapted from Joni Korpi's fantastic Golden Grid System.

Golden Grid System (1.0) http://goldengridsystem.com/ by Joni Korpi http://jonikorpi.com/ licensed under MIT http://opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

Portions also derived from:

Normalize.css is a project by Nicolas Gallagher (@necolas) and Jonathan Neal (@jon_neal). http://necolas.github.com/normalize.css/

and

HTML5 Boilerplate http://5bp.com