DobrincuSebastian
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DobrincuSebastian says


You should be thinking about the grid is terms of 3×3, 4×4 and 5×5 http://pbrd.co/Zvf5vW

I hope that helps…

I’ve divided your theme by 3×3 if you count the columns

For example in YOUR testimonial section you have one column with 3 the second with four and the last with 5. This is just wrong.

3 + 4 + 5 = 12, which is actually full width for 12-column based grids. Depends on what he wanted to achieve, if he wanted all blocks equal, should have used 4/4/4 which in total gives 12 columns.

@Sebastian You can make any combination as long as total of columns is exactly 12. Read bootstrap’s documentation carefully, they described it very well :)

Well, i am not that beginer actualy :). I am a beginer in Photoshop. Of course i knew that :D Thank you anyway ! :)

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