This example shows how to use YUI Grids CSS to create a layout with a 950px page width.
YUI Grids CSS offers three ways to control your page layout. These examples show how to control the page width, one of the three types of control. You can use Grids to just set page width or combine this feature with Grids' Preset Templates and/or Nesting Grids.
YUI Grids sets the page width on a
div that wraps the entire page. By setting the
id of the
div you can choose your page width. Here are the included options:
div#doccreates a 750px page width.
div#doc2creates a 950px page width.
div#doc3creates a 100% page width. (Note that the 100% page width also sets 10px of left and right margin so that content had a bit of breathing room between it and the browser chrome.)
div#doc4creates a 974px page width, and is a new addition to Grids in YUI version 2.3.0.
This example showcases the
div#doc2 950px page width.
All YUI 2.x users should review the YUI 2.8.2 security bulletin, which discusses a vulnerability present in YUI 2.4.0-2.8.1.