Problems with *-all Class

When i add a *-all class the elements to the right of this class get moved to the far right instead of beneath de *-all element.

//This element is pushed to the far right instead of under de *c-all element.
  1. 1 Posted by Nathan Ford on 20 May, 2014 12:07 PM

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    Hey Eduardo.

    Sorry for the delay in replying to this. You may need to use the *-clear class to break things to the next line. So it would look something like:

    c2-c5 c-clear

    You can read more about the different Gridset classes here:

    Please let us know if this helps. Thanks!

  2. 2 Posted by Mike Higginbott... on 25 Aug, 2014 06:50 AM

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    I'm experiencing the same problem using the SASS mixins. If I follow an element styled with gs-span(grd,all) by an element styled using gs-span(grd,1,3) the second element is off the right hand side of the page. Is there a way to clear using SASS?

  3. 3 Posted by Nathan Ford on 26 Aug, 2014 12:52 PM

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    Hey Mike! Good question. You need to write your own clearing styles when using the Gridset Sass. Our CSS can detect clearing using the classes, but in the Sass, we don’t have the same ability sense there are no predefined classes.

    If you just add clear:left where you need it, it should work fine. Please let me know if this helps. Thanks!

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