The YAML documentation reads
" By assigning the CSS class .equalize, the column containers .cxxl and .cxxr are forced to the same height. The content containers .subcl, .subcr, and .subc do not change "
Does this mean that the two (class .equalize and content containers .subcl, .subc, .subcr) should not be used together. What's the idea behind?
Secondly, in the two equal height example (equal_height_boxes.htm) the heights of the subcolumns have been forced to be equal by use of extra classes (.example1 and .box-top). If an extra class is used to control (and equalize) the height of the subcolumns then what is the use of the factory shipped class ".equalize"?
In a nutshell, I am not able to acheive equal height boxes just by using class .equalize, something that the documentation claims as below
The creation of equal height boxes within YAML is very easy. You activate this property of the subtemplates merely by assigning the surrounding container the additional CSS class equalize.