Offhand, I'd say you're not keeping your LayoutDivs inside the GridContainer Div. And your floated LayoutDivs are too wide to fit on the same row. There should be some gutter space between them. See screenshot below:
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Thanks for the reply....my div's are definitely within the grid:
<div class="gridContainer clearfix">
<div id="header">THIS COULD BE THE HEADER</div>
<div id="leftside">LEFT PANE</div>
<div id="rightside">RIGHT PANE</div>
And when I drag the handles for a div to shrink or stretch it, it automatically "snaps" to the nearest column, and as you can see in my screen shot above, it stretches over the "gutter"....I can't seem to control this..?
Thanks again for any more info.
Anyone know why my columns by default extend over gutters, or should I say, the width does not seem to be set correctly?
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Why don't you start over with a new fluid grid layout and try changing your primary settings a bit? I like to work with even numbers of columns.
Nancy - thanks,
I tried using a new grid with 4 columns for mobile, and they are correctly snapping to the columns now. Not sure why the odd number of columns wasn't working...but even in that instance, if I switched to the tablet view, which used 8 columns, the div's extended over the gutters...
In any case - thanks for your replies - I keep playing with it....
BTW - Do you think more people will opt for this fluid/responsive design instead of designing dedicated mobile versions of their sites?
I've been using CSS Media Queries (although not fluid) for some time now. I don't see any upside in maintaining separate web sites for Desktops/Laptops & Mobiles, do you?
The only upside I see is keeping the sites "isolated" from each other, if that's desired....My issue is I'm not a CSS expert, and I'm somewhat intimidated by all the CSS changes, hacks, cross-browser support, etc...
Some big places still use mobile detection with redirection, like digg.com....on my mobile I get pushed to m.digg.com - I don't know what their reasons are, but I guess some places certainly do it.
I'm very excited about the responsive design support in DW CS6....it does a lot of the media quires stuff for you, and I only need to worry about the CSS styling, more or less...