Strip


The strip pattern provides a full width strip container in which to wrap a row. A strip can have light (.p-strip--light) or dark (.p-strip--dark) grey background.

A .p-strip container should always be the parent of a .row (from the Grid pattern) and never the other way around.

View example of the strip light pattern

View example of the strip dark pattern

Accent strip

The purpose of the strip accent pattern is to display content with a highlighted strip using the accent colour.

View example of the pattern strip accent

Image strip

This pattern allows for an image background to be appear as a background on a strip.

Note:Declare the background-image as an inline style attribute in the HTML.

You can also add the classes ‘.is-light’ and ‘.is-dark’ to the strips to describe the background image. These classes will then override the text color to ensure it remains visible.

View example of the pattern strip image

Bordered strip

This pattern is used to add a dividing border at the bottom of the strip.

Note:This should be used when two strips of the same type are used after each other.

View example of the pattern strip is-bordered

Deep strip

This state gives the strip larger vertical padding.

View example of the pattern strip is-deep

Shallow strip

This state gives the strip smaller vertical padding.

View example of the pattern strip is-shallow

Design

For more information view the strip design spec, which includes the specification in markdown format and a PNG image.