A List Apart: Articles: Fluid Grids
videos and other fixed width objects inside the content may upset this fluid layout, but see links for how to solve that.
contemporary practices from ala
more on fluid webdesignFluid Grid System
Nice site for structuring xhtml with css for some dynamic organized layoutsLayout Packs
Pacchetto di 4 layout con i css
multi-column fluid layoutFluid Images — Unstoppable Robot Ninja
Ethan follows up his Fluid Grids article with an equally excellent piece on resizing images.
Dynamically scale images with the rest of fluid layouts.
Comprehensive article about using fluid images and details about appropriate ways to achieve this.FluidSolver [as3 port of MSAFluid] | astatic notes
きれいな流体シミュレーションFixed vs. Fluid vs. Elastic Layout: What's The Right One For You? | How-To | Smashing Magazine
pro´s n´ cons
The problem has boggled the minds of Web designers for years: fixed, fluid, elastic or a hybrid layout design? Each option has its benefits and disadvantages. But the final decision depends so much on usability that it is not one to be made lightly. So, with all the confusion, is there a right decision? By considering a few factors and properly setting up the final design, you can end up with a successful layout design that reaps all the benefits. This article discusses the pros and cons of each type of layout. Either one can be used to make a successful website layout, as long as you keep usability in mind.
Smashing MagazineAdaptive CSS-Layouts: New Era In Fluid Layouts? | CSS | Smashing Magazine
Fluid web designs have many benefits, but only if implemented correctly. With proper technique, a design can be seen correctly on large screens, small screens and even tiny PDA screens. With bad coding structure, however, a fluid layout can be disastrous. Because of this, we need to find ways to work around most, if not all, of the cons of fluid design.
If you as a designer are going to go through all the extra work of creating a functional fluid layout, why not go a bit further and make it compatible with all resolutions, instead of just most? You can use a few techniques to create an incredibly versatile, adaptive layout that will stay perfectly functional with the constantly changing screen sizes. In this article, we’ll discuss effective techniques to create 100%-functional adaptive CSS-layouts, and provide details on other tutorials and practices.
Fluid web designs have many benefits, but only if implemented correctly. With proper technique, a design can be seen correctly on large screens, small screens and even tiny PDA screens. With bad coding structure, however, a fluid layout can be disastrous. Because of this, we need to find ways to work around most, if not all, of the cons of fluid design. If you as a designer are going to go through all the extra work of creating a functional fluid layout, why not go a bit further and make it compatible with all resolutions, instead of just most? You can use a few techniques to create an incredibly versatile, adaptive layout that will stay perfectly functional with the constantly changing screen sizes.Web Design Trend Hunting - Fluid Grid Layout: 10+ Outstanding Examples & 1 Tutorial | Inspired Magazine
Web DesignOliver's simple fluid dynamics simulator
Google Voice's web site is handy, but keeping it open in a browser tab is a pain. Mac users, however, can get Growl notifications, complete with transcript previews, and app badge updates with the handy Fluid app.Fluid 960 Grid System | 16-column Grid
CSS Design: 70+ essential resources for creating liquid and elastic layoutsCreate layouts without limitations | Fluidgrid | A CSS based fluid grid system
Fluid Grid is a new grid system that works the same way as Blueprint or 960, but with any page width, even fluid layouts. It is based only on CSS.
Development on hold
Fluid Grid is a new grid system that works the same way as Blueprint or 960, but with any page width, even fluid layouts. It is based only on CSS. Fluidgrid is still in development, but you can have a preview of what you can do with it in the following examples:
Create layouts without limitationsA List Apart: Articles: Responsive Web Design
Ethan Marcotte schreibt auf A List Apart über verantwortungsvolles Web-Design und seinen Versuch eines Flexible Grids. Umfrangreich, aber lesenswert.
from Event Apart Boston
About creating flexible web layouts that adapt to screen size.
An excellent article by Ethan Marcotte that's very relevant for designing for mobile devices and flexibility ...Tiny Fluid Grid
The happy & awesome way to build fluid grid based websites.
gerador de grids em css
Tiny Fluid Grid ships with a index.html with demo code, and the grid.css containing the CSS for the grid you created.Liquid, Fluid and Elastic Layout Templates, Tools and Frameworks - Speckyboy Design Magazine
Varios frameworks css baseados em grids.
mns but with capabilities to unlimited column combinations. and capacity to make elastic, fixed and liquid layout easily. You can view its
Frameworks, layout templates y herramientasFinally | a fluid Hicksdesign | The Hickensian | Hicksdesign
I’ve been wanting a fluid layout on this site for about 5 years. I had a brief redesign back in 2005 where I flirted with it for a few months, but it was soon switched back to fixed as I couldn’t get it right. Last year, I discovered CSS media queries while working on the internal pages of the Opera Browser, and tried to implement it here. It was half-assed and was removed, again after a few months. It took Ethan Marcotte’s excellent article for A List Apart Responsive Web Design to motivate me to do it properly, as well as know HOW to do it properly. I don’t think I’ve read anything as exciting and inspirational for a long time. So I started from scratch, working on the basic skeleton of the layout, getting the various resolution dependant layouts in place, before re-implementing the design (making a few changes long the way of course). So now, you’ll see the layout and type size change depending on the available width.SuperStretch! – A Vertically Fluid Layout Using CSS | Devon Web Design and Development - MightyMeta
A vertically fluid layout using CSS.
It results in a layout that stretches both horizontally and vertically to the browser viewport. It includes a vertical navigation bar where button heights also stretch. It works in FF, Safari, Chrome, Opera, and IE 6-8 ++++