Mary Baum: CSS Grid

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July 10, 2018

Are you thinking about CSS grids for your layouts? Browser support is just about here.

I’ve been looking hard at the work of Jen Simmons and Rachel Andrew, the two people writing most of the material to teach us designer/dev types what we need to know to start using this new spec.

And thanks to some time I’ve spent playing on CodePen, I think I’m ready to use grids in WordPress!

So let’s look at:
– WHAT CSS grids are.
– WHERE it makes sense to use them.
– HOW they help us make previously tough problems solve themselves.
– WHY grids are not just great for symmetrical layouts – but also wildly asymmetrical ones as well.
– And I’ll see you on the grid!

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WordCamp Miami 2018 14

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