Responsive websites have became increasingly important over the years. Unfortunately, we still need to make older browsers support responsive websites due to various reasons once in a while, and searching around for the correct way of doing it can take up some of your precious time. This article is designed to help you answer the question on supporting responsive websites on older browsers.
When I first heard of asymmetric layouts, it was available only in the Singularity GS framework. It sounded incredibly cool and I really wanted to try creating a layout that uses unequal column widths. At that time, I was really happy with Susyone and was reluctant to make the switch.
Imagine my delight when Susy 2 came and it supported asymmetric grids!
In this post, I want to introduce you to asymmetric grids with Susy and show you how easily it can be done.
One question that was asked in the Susy survey I created a month ago really stood out to me. The question is “how to remove margins or paddings of the first and last column without using first-child and last-child in the grid system?”.
This one big question is likely one that has caused huge amounts of headaches to beginners who are just starting to learn about Susy. If we go down into the roots of the question, it is quite likely that you have used the
inside gutter position instead of
after after seeing the many of the tutorials online. To answer this question, you must understand how gutter position affects your layout.
I feel that gutter position is one of the more important settings in Susy because it causes you code things differently when doing your layout. If you have asked this question before, then this blog post about gutter positions is for you.
When trying to build your layouts with Susy, the first thing you might have tried is to output Susy’s grid background so you can make sure you’re coding the right thing.
I know I did.
But it was tough. I couldn’t figure out that out the first couple of months I used Susy. Even if I did manage to find a way to output the grid, I can’t seem to change the grids when I introduced a change in media queries. It was incredibly frustrating and it was very difficult to learn Susy during that period.
I’d like to share with you one way you can produce as many grid backgrounds and use them with as many breakpoints as you like to.