Do you need 32 or more column grid?

I myself am not a supporter of the nets. But I want to ease adaptiv. As almost all the sites which I typeset not fit mesh nudge in the butt, I was thinking maybe to create yourself a grid to flexbox only, not 12 or 16 columns and 32 and more that you could precisely trim layout. A grid to make their own unique classes and sizes of columns.

What do you think? What I miss a lot of columns will not affect performance.
July 9th 19 at 11:20
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July 9th 19 at 11:22
Solution
Not split or mesh on a large number of columns, it does not help. To manage such a grid will be hard, but still come across sites that it does not lie.

I made a generator flexbox grids on LESS: for each project I can generate meshes with different number of columns, hutterli different widths and different media breakpoints. Everything is customizable with 5 variables. By default my grid is trying to be like bootstraps 12 column, as the most familiar. But some of the chips I pulled from the grid, Zurb Foundation 6.

paulradzkov.com/flxgrid.css

Besides, flexbox is so flexible that speakers can divide the width automatically.
View example paulradzkov.com/flxgrid.css/#auto-width-columns

You can mix columns with explicit width (fixed or percentage) and autovaruosade column. Ie website design is not required to be aligned strictly along vertical guides, as with float-nets.
Flexbox-grid can be adapted to almost any design, adding a little custom code.
July 9th 19 at 11:24
Stop it already torturing myself with these calculations, use susydocs.oddbird.net and create at least 50 different layout available.

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