A utility for fixing an element's width to the current breakpoint

# Class reference

.containerNonewidth: 100%;
sm (640px)max-width: 640px;
md (768px)max-width: 768px;
lg (1024px)max-width: 1024px;
xl (1280px)max-width: 1280px;
2xl (1536px)max-width: 1536px;

# Usage

The .container class sets the max-width of an element to match the min-width of the current breakpoint. This is useful if you’d prefer to design for a fixed set of screen sizes instead of trying to accommodate a fully fluid viewport.

Note that unlike containers you might have used in other frameworks, Elements’ container does not center itself automatically and does not have any built-in horizontal padding.

To center a container, use the .mx-auto utility:

<div class="container mx-auto">
<!-- ... -->

To add horizontal padding, use the .px-{size} utilities:

<div class="container mx-auto px-4">
<!-- ... -->

If you’d like to center your containers by default or include default horizontal padding, you can add the custom styling below to your local stylesheet.

.container {
margin-left: auto;
margin-left: auto;
padding-right: 1.5rem;
padding-right: 1.5rem;