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Is this code bootstrap or sass or some other framework?
//I keep seeing this "grid-100" //and other things like it //in various palces <div class="grid-container centered"> <div class="grid-100"> <div class="contained"> <div class="grid-100"> <div class="heading"> <h1>Flickr Photo Feeder</h1> <p>Choose which kind of animal you'd like to return photos of...</p> </div> <ul class="filter-select"> <li><button>Dog</button></li> <li><button>Cat</button></li> <li><button>Moose</button></li> </ul> </div>
Steven Turturo6,890 Points
It's not bootstrap, and it definitely isn't SASS ( which isn't a framework, but a different way of creating stylesheets with variables where regular CSS doesn't allow variables or mixins). It could be a different framework, or custom code. If its from the exercises in Treehouse then it might be from their design team.
Its ether two things, 1. a custom grid that the dev created, or 2. That class name is used with a framework that we haven't see before.
Carlos JoséCourses Plus Student 12,431 Points
Grid 100 seem to be the same as 12 in bootstrap, as 12 is 100% of width. Maybe they divide the Grid in fifths or 20th's or 10th's the computer won't slap anyone for doing things differently instead it gets happy and playful XD Like ol' friends giving bugs, just kiddin'.