I'm back from Washington DC and An Event Apart, writing this from London Heathrow as I head out to Nice for a few days of vacation, or at least temporarily moving my office to a sunnier location!
Last weekend I put a new version of my site live, it is somewhat rough round the edges as time to work on it is limited. However I think the blog pages are much more readable - and it uses CSS Grid of course!
Rachel Andrew, CSS Layout News
Sass 3.5 has support for the square brackets used when naming lines in
grid-template-rows, and it is out now.
The video of my talk at Fluent this year, covering grid, features queries and even a little bit of Exclusions.
A interesting demonstration of how many sites on't need to use a reset or normalizer stylesheet today.
Lots of examples demonstrating the use of
CSS Database is a comprehensive list of CSS features and their positions in the process of becoming implemented web standards.
Hidde de Vries writes about implementing a blog design using CSS Grid.
I like to see people playing around with ideas like this - also interesting that this is once again a good use case for CSS Regions. I'd really like to see Regions move forward.
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