Quick fix for forcing a 960px gird with bootstrap-responsive.css

UPDATED: Just add a max-width on your .container class.

Really short blog post here with something I just worked out, this is pretty useful when you are using something like roots theme and you don’t want to bother with using the bootstrap customize and download feature to replace the standard roots files to hide the “Large Desktop” stuff in the bootstrap-responsive.css file. Essentially what this does is it tweaks the CSS so that even on the largest of screens it’ll still force the visitor to view the site at a max of 960px width–perfect for sites that were not designed with the full 1170px grid in mind.

Here it is, just toss this in your app.css:

`@media (min-width: 1200px) {
.row {
margin-left: -20px;
*zoom: 1;
}
.row:before,
.row:after {
display: table;
line-height: 0;
content: "";
}
.row:after {
clear: both;
}
[class*="span"] {
float: left;
min-height: 1px;
margin-left: 20px;
}
.container,
.navbar-static-top .container,
.navbar-fixed-top .container,
.navbar-fixed-bottom .container {
width: 940px;
}
.span12 {
width: 940px;
}
.span11 {
width: 860px;
}
.span10 {
width: 780px;
}
.span9 {
width: 700px;
}
.span8 {
width: 620px;
}
.span7 {
width: 540px;
}
.span6 {
width: 460px;
}
.span5 {
width: 380px;
}
.span4 {
width: 300px;
}
.span3 {
width: 220px;
}
.span2 {
width: 140px;
}
.span1 {
width: 60px;
}
.offset12 {
margin-left: 980px;
}
.offset11 {
margin-left: 900px;
}
.offset10 {
margin-left: 820px;
}
.offset9 {
margin-left: 740px;
}
.offset8 {
margin-left: 660px;
}
.offset7 {
margin-left: 580px;
}
.offset6 {
margin-left: 500px;
}
.offset5 {
margin-left: 420px;
}
.offset4 {
margin-left: 340px;
}
.offset3 {
margin-left: 260px;
}
.offset2 {
margin-left: 180px;
}
.offset1 {
margin-left: 100px;
}
}`