The Grid template has got a lot of positive feedback since its release in the beginning of September. It was the most downloaded template on this site during last month, and since I learned a lot from creating it I wanted to continue working with it to learn even more.
Today I am releasing a new version of The Grid: version 2.0. It has a number of significant updates and additions, including a second and wider (1200px) grid system which can be applied by adding class=”wider” to the HTML body tag, a number of text styles and two new examples of how to arrange navigation menus with The Grid. Rather than replacing the original version with this new one, I am publishing it as a template of its own. With the new features, I have used more code and made more advanced examples than the first version of the template had – so the original version may be easier to use for web design beginners and for those who prefer to keep things as simple as possible.
Source images (in Adobe Photoshop .PSD format) for the background and header images are available here: the-grid-psd.zip (564 Kb).
This article was written by Andreas Viklund
Web designer, writer and the creative engine behind this website. Author of most of the free website templates, along with some of the WordPress themes.