It's easy to extend the basic grid styles into a custom responsive layout by using CSS media queries to adjust the layout and design across various screen width breakpoints.
This example is a typical news feature block that changes its layout across screen widths and illustrates how to change the grid ratios and overall layout with simple CSS. It starts as a simple set of stacked stories on phones, that goes to a layout with the lead story full width stacked over a 50/50 layout of the secondary stories. At wider widths, these secondary stories float next to the lead story in a 50/25/25 layout. When the screen gets very wide, the font size is bumped up to keep line lengths short.
Use the view source button below to see how the media queries work for each of these breakpoints.
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