Flurid is a new CSS Framework for creating flexible grid systems.
Unlike other grids, the plugin doesn’t hide pixels in margins.
Flurid automatically updates the dimensions of the grid depending on the size of a window.
The framework is easy to use, as it divides the page into grids that separate the row into different parts, like 1/2, 1/6, etc.
There are, however, some “caveats” (or hacks if you prefer) that make Flurid work on some less-compatible browsers.
For example, for IE versions below 7, you must apply a “last” attribute to the last row for the framework to work correctly.