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I want to make responsive grid with Omega 3 theme. Grids will be 4 columns in large. 2 columns in normal width. 1 column in narrow devices. Is there a way with omega 3 with css classes?

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Omega 3 uses the 960 grid, but you can alter it adding a custom 960.

Go to http://grids.herokuapp.com/ and design your grid and override the default one (on a sub-theme).

But I strongly recommend going with Omega 4. Is far more powerful and it is designed to give you the freedom to use any grid or presentation framework you like! If you don't like sass (bad for you) you can just alter the css directly.

Edit: As @Clive mention it, the Omega 5 alpha is out there! It's fantastic and follows all the html/css best practices + complies with D8 standard. Go test it, it's almost stable and your themes will be ready for D8.

Disclaimer: It has been ages since I use the Omega 3.

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  • Omega 5 is allegedly stable(ish) too now, though I haven't tried it – Clive Oct 29 '14 at 11:43
  • @Clive I know and the future looks amazing (and D8 bulletproof)! But it's still on alpha and not rdy for production sites. Thnks for the comment, edit my answer adding Omega 5. – tvl Oct 29 '14 at 12:30

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