Skill Level: 
Intermediate

Wrapper

.dcf-wrapper
The wrapper object applies left and right padding to the page to provide adequate whitespace.
.dcf-wrapper
Ensure that the wrapper object is added to the <main> element to prevent content from colliding with the left and right edges of the browser viewport by default.

Related: Bleed (Objects)

Bleed

.dcf-bleed
The bleed object forces content to extend beyond the confines of the wrapper object, filling the browser viewport.
.dcf-bleed
.dcf-wrapper
The wrapper object can be nested inside the bleed object to reapply the page padding.

Related: Wrapper (Objects)

Grids

The Digital Campus Framework uses CSS Grid for grid-based layout and, using feature queries, provides a Flexbox-based fallback for browsers that don't support CSS Grid.

.dcf-grid
The grid object lays out child elements in a grid of twelve columns. Why twelve? Twelve is divisible by two, three, four and six, making it ideal for dividing a grid into halves, thirds, fourths and sixths.
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The .dcf-grid will take any number of child elements and place each in one of the available twelve columns. Additional classes to define column widths and column- and row-gap help to make the grid more useful.

For the rest of the grid examples, we will apply column- and row-gap classes which are documented in Utilities.

Grid-related object classes can be appended with the framework's responsive suffixes (@sm, @md, @lg and @xl) to apply styles at the respective breakpoints.

.dcf-col-100%
Apply to a grid child element to define its column width as the full width of the grid. If you use any of the following column classes with responsive suffixes in your grid-based layout, you must also include .dcf-col-100%. The grid will not automatically create a single column for your grid content.
.dcf-col-100%
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.dcf-col-50%-start
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-half of the grid and locate it on the left side, at the start of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-50%-end
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-half of the grid and locate it on the right side, at the end of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-33%-start
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-third of the grid and locate it on the left side, at the start of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-33%-end
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-third of the grid and locate it on the right side, at the end of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-67%-start
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as two-thirds of the grid and locate it on the left side, at the start of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-67%-end
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as two-thirds of the grid and locate it on the right side, at the end of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-25%-start
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-fourth of the grid and locate it on the left side, at the start of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-25%-end
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as one-fourth of the grid and locate it on the right side, at the end of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-75%-start
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as three-fourths of the grid and locate it on the left side, at the start of the grid's tracks.
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.dcf-col-75%-end
Apply to a grid child element to define the column width as three-fourths of the grid and locate it on the right side, at the end of the grid's tracks.
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Grids of equal-width columns can more easily be created using the following grid objects instead of applying classes to each and every grid column in the twelve-column grid.

.dcf-grid-full
The grid-full object lays out child elements in a single column grid.
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.dcf-grid-halves
The grid-halves object lays out child elements in a grid of two equal-width columns.
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.dcf-grid-thirds
The grid-thirds object lays out child elements in a grid of three equal-width columns.
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.dcf-grid-fourths
The grid-fourths object lays out child elements in a grid of four equal-width columns.
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Grids of five and six equal-width columns start at the @md breakpoint because there is not enough horizontal space to reasonably accommodate most content in such narrow columns for widths below the @md breakpoint.

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The grid-fifths object lays out child elements in a grid of five equal-width columns for breakpoints greater than or equal to @md. It must be suffixed with @md, @lg or @xl.
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.dcf-grid-sixths@md
The grid-sixths object lays out child elements in a grid of six equal-width columns for breakpoints greater than or equal to @md. It must be suffixed with @md, @lg or @xl.
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Related: Box Alignment (Utilities), Grid (Utilities)

Media

.dcf-media
The media object consists of a single piece of media (e.g., photo, icon, video) located next to a block of text. The media object prevents the text from wrapping around the media.
.dcf-media-body
The media body is the block of text in the media object.
Placeholder image.

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IIM