How to impose a website for "crooked" layout, using Bootstrap?


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There are 3 layouts:

1. 320 - 810
2. 810 - 945
3. 945 - 1920

Frankly, I see this for the first time.
In the layout all askew, there is no grid, or rather there are just 28 columns that I made. Layers generally don't get grouped as part of the footer is in the folder header, underline text, content layout #3 has a width 1784px, but based on the name of layout "945-1920" requires that he looked and the screen resolution 945 and 1920.

The question is:
1. It generally is normal?
2. If so, how do you impose and why?

The customer requires adaptive and pixelperfect.
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The net designer really did there only because I saw it in other layouts, and I thought that all we have to do logic in it. In any case, it shows you the maximum container width: 1578рх. That is asking a new breakpoint in bootstrap (+30рх padding of the container):
@media (min-width: 1650px) { .container { width: 1608px; } }

Then you distribute a uniform grid of 12 columns with padding 15рх on each side (sum of between columns 30рх) and operate .col-lg-*. After 1650рх (that is, for screens of 1600, 1440, 1366, 1200) is picked up by a standard bootstrap container 1170рх.
In principle, bootstrap to impose possible, because there are even blocks for this approach (cards for 25%, 50%, etc.).
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Primary - to contact the designer and tell him what he is good designer.
Well, if the layout does not imply the net, then why to use bootstrap? Do without it a flake, grids, etc.
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