Named after the greatest grid system in the world, Manhattan is a clean, lightweight and customisable CSS grid. It uses it's own data-attribute
mhtn keeping your class markup clean.
It offers three containers, the default restricts content on screens over a specified width, whereas flex and edge allow you to maximize any screen.
Manhattan doesn't use a traditional 12 column layout, but instead opts for straight forward percentages. There are five breakpoints for total control over your layout, where you can specify a width for each column at each screen size.
Manhattan supports all modern browsers and most older ones, including IE 8 with the help of a media query polyfill. It's ultra light, weighing in at 658 bytes gzipped/2.8 kb minified and released under the MIT license, free to use and abuse.