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thowden
08-01-2011, 07:17 PM
The following is documented in detail in my blog http://howden.net.au/thowden (http://howden.net.au/thowden/) and can be downloaded there.

Blueprint CSS Framework (http://www.blueprintcss.org/): Provides a standard, cross-browser, grid style layout framework. Useful for making a structured site with 4 columns or combined vertical and horizontal layout elements without resorting to <table> elements.

At this stage all I have done is embed it into a copy of Compromise so that it can be used. I then developed one site template based on that to prove to myself it works.

I am next going to develop a couple more templates based on this including a wire-frame example that should help explain it a bit more.

Tony

pgmarshall
08-02-2011, 12:44 AM
Very interesting - the developers have been discussing a number of different CSS frameworks (960.gs amongst others). I would also point out that I don't think the print.css file is used by osCmax anymore so you probably don't need to rename the Blueprint files (although I have not tested this!) Regards,