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Sitefinity v5 page layout templates using the Twitter Bootstrap grid columns.
<%@ Control Language="C#" %>
<div runat="server" class="row">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsOut">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span3"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span3"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span3"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span3"></div>
</div>
</div>
<%@ Control Language="C#" %>
<div runat="server" class="row">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsOut">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span4"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span4"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span4"></div>
</div>
</div>
<%@ Control Language="C#" %>
<div runat="server" class="row">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsOut">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span4"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span8"></div>
</div>
</div>
<%@ Control Language="C#" %>
<div runat="server" class="row">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsOut">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span6"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span6"></div>
</div>
</div>
<%@ Control Language="C#" %>
<div runat="server" class="row">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsOut">
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span8"></div>
<div runat="server" class="sf_colsIn span4"></div>
</div>
</div>
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pzi commented Jan 9, 2013

Hi Michael, what exactly is the reason for still using the sf_colsOut/In classes? Are they used within the backend and cannot be omitted?

Edit: Ok, I had a play around and I see, the layout editor has a problem recognizing the editable fields without colsOut/In classes. Uncool.

Cheers
Patrik

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