The Chronos Grid system is based on Bootstrap's grids, but has a few adjustments to ensure a more consistent view.
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There are two main components to grids, rows and spans. To start off with, we add rows which are essentially just containers. Inside these rows we place blocks called "spans". Inside the spans we have standard snippets. Spans have a number assigned to them which says how wide it is, this number is between 1 and 12, with 1 being the smallest and 12 being the largest.
There are many ways you can organise spans within rows, as long as the total number adds up to 12. See below for an example.
Unfortunately things arent always as simple as a row with a few spans in it. Sometimes we need to split up a span into multiple rows, for example, to get something like the following:
Now, if you have a sharp eye, you will notice that the padding between the two span6 elements is smaller than the padding between the larger two light-grey blocks.
This is because the margin is a percentage of the width of the container, so, if the container is smaller the gap will also be smaller.
In order to rectify this we have added a "row-fixed" element which forces the row to be as wide as the page.
Explaining the numbers
You will have noticed a lot of numbers being thrown around above. A row is divided up into 12 spans, which together make up its full width.
For example you could have 12 span1 elements to make up a row, or one span6 and two span3. You can mix and match these however you like.
For every new row, you begin the number counting again unless you use a row-fixed, in which case you should continue numbering of the parent as seen above.