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Flexbox and Grids, your layout’s best friends

Eva Ferreira smacks down a few myths about CSS grid before going on to demonstrate some of the concepts of each:

❌ Grids arrived to kill Flexbox.
❌ Flexbox is Grid’s fallback.

Some more good advice about prototyping:

The best way to begin thinking about a grid structure is to draw it on paper; you’ll be able to see which are the columns, rows, and gaps you’ll be working on. Doodling on paper doesn’t take long and it will give you a better understanding of the overall grid.

These days, if you can draw a layout, you can probably get it done for real.

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Flexbox and Grids, your layout’s best friends is a post from CSS-Tricks

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2017-11-07T03:01:45+00:00November 7th, 2017|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |
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