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      <p><a href="index.html">&laquo; Back</a></p>
      <h2>Foundation Grid Testing</h2>
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        <dd><a href="#base-ex">Grid Example</a></dd>
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        <dd><a href="#order">Source Ordering</a></dd>
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      <h3>The Grid</h3>
      <h4 class="subheader">Create powerful multi-device layouts quickly and easily with the 12-column, nestable Foundation 3 grid. If you're familiar with grid systems, you'll feel right at home.</h4>

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          <h4>Examples</h4>
          <p>These are examples of different ways to use the Foundation Grid. Foundation 3 uses <kbd>border-box</kbd> so that borders and padding do not effect the overall width.</p>
          <h5>Nesting</h5>
          <p>The grid allows for nesting down as far as you'd like, though at a certain point it will get absurd. You can use this nesting to create quite complex layouts, as well as some other tricks like form layouts or visual elements.</p>
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          <h4>Offsets</h4>
          <p>Offsets allow you to create additional space between columns in a row. Like the rest of the grid, they're nestable.</p>
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          <h4>Centered Columns</h4>
          <p>Centered columns are placed in the middle of the row. This does not center their content, but centers the grid element itself.</p>
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          <h4>Source Ordering</h4>
          <p>Using these source ordering classes, you can shift columns around on desktops and tablets. On phones, the grid will still be linearized into the order of the markup.</p>
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          <a name="mobile"></a>
          <h4>Mobile Grid</h4>
          <p>When you're creating your layout you can optionally attach classes that take your existing grid elements and attach them to a phone grid.</p>
          <h5>Mobile Source Ordering</h5>
          <p>The syntax includes <code>.pull-one-mobile</code>, <code>.pull-two-mobile</code>, <code>.pull-three-mobile</code>, <code>.push-one-mobile</code>, <code>.push-two-mobile</code>, <code>.push-three-mobile</code>.</p>
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          <h4>Block Grids</h4>
          <p>Block grids are <code>ul</code> with <code>.two-up</code>, <code>.three-up</code>, <code>.four-up</code> and <code>.five-up</code> styles. These are ideal for blocked-in content generated by an application, as they do not require rows or even numbers of elements to display correctly.</p>
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        <div class="eight columns">
          <h6>Two-up</h6>
          <ul class="block-grid two-up">
            <li>Two-up element</li>
            <li>Two-up element</li>
            <li>Two-up element</li>
            <li>Two-up element</li>
            <li>Two-up element</li>
          </ul>

          <h6>Three-up</h6>
          <ul class="block-grid three-up">
            <li>Three-up element</li>
            <li>Three-up element</li>
            <li>Three-up element</li>
            <li>Three-up element</li>
            <li>Three-up element</li>
          </ul>

          <h6>Four-up (Mobile)</h6>
          <ul class="block-grid mobile four-up">
            <li>Four-up element</li>
            <li>Four-up element</li>
            <li>Four-up element</li>
            <li>Four-up element</li>
            <li>Four-up element</li>
            <li>Four-up element</li>
          </ul>

          <h6>Five-up</h6>
          <ul class="block-grid five-up mobile-three-up">
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
            <li>Five-up element</li>
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