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Adapt Neutrino for 1280 pagewidth

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I like to use neutrino on my site, but it should be 1280 pixel width.
I found to change the 960px values in the css but still the content area doesn't fit.
As there are a lot of values in the 960.css and other templates too - can anybody tell me which values I need to adapt so that I get a clean template for 1280px width.

Thank you.
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, May 21 2012, 11:15 AM · Hide · #1
    Hi Technobilder,

    As there are a lot of values in the 960.css and other templates too - can anybody tell me which values I need to adapt so that I get a clean template for 1280px width.

    This template uses 960.gs for most of the layout. You can look at http://adapt.960.gs/ and replace the 960.css with the css file for one of the other resolutions, eg. 1200.css. You may also need to go through the main stylesheet and change any references to 960px.

    Hope that helps!
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  • Replied by Technobilder on Monday, May 21 2012, 02:09 PM · Hide · #2
    Hm, I got the 1200.css and renamed it to 960.css but still my right block is hidden unter the main content.
    http://www.technobilder.de/community/

    It's visible below the header that conten_wrapper hasn't the correct width, but where can I set this ?
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, May 21 2012, 04:13 PM · Hide · #3
    The 960.css file is actually included in tr_base.css. This is done when we concatenate all the files to create the base css file. What you will need to do is open up the tr_base.css file, remove the 960.gs references, and then paste in the contents of the 1200.css just after the comment as shown below:

    /* 960 Grid Layout */
    [replace 960 css with 1200 css here]
    /* =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= ./
        Floats:
    /* =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= */
    
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  • Replied by Technobilder on Monday, May 21 2012, 06:11 PM · Hide · #4
    Thanks for the quick reply.
    But when I just copy the 1200.css content as you describe the result doesn't look right:
    http://www.technobilder.de/community/
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  • Replied by zahir on Tuesday, May 22 2012, 11:13 PM · Hide · #5
    I see why its doing that - the new 1200.css has a 12 column grid while neutrino uses a 16 column grid. Im afraid you will either need to modify the 1200 grid manually (or find another suitable grid layout that caters for 16 columns).

    Sorry about that :(
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    Replied by vssmnn on Sunday, January 06 2013, 03:34 PM · Hide · #6
    http://grids.heroku.com/
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