I am sick of the 960.gs webpage I have shit to get done and I don't want to be sold on 960 -- just remind me what the damn css classes are.
Here is my own personal 960.gs documentation :)
note: In the list below XX is used to denote a number of columns
All elements in the page should be inside one of these -- it tells the grid system how many columns your layout should be.
Makes the element XX columns wide
Shift the element XX columns to the right (take up XX more columns on the left)
Push the next element XX columns to the right (take up XX more columns on the right)
Shift this element XX columns to the right without affecting any other elements
Shift this element XX columns to the left without affecting any other elements
alpha / omega
When using grid_XX inside another grid_XX element. use alpha and omega on the first and last element respectively to avoid doubling the gutter padding.
clears floated elements in a way that doesn't suck