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The Dark Side of the Grid

Manuel Matuzovic makes the point that in order to use CSS grid in some fairly simple markup scenarios, we might be tempted to flatten our HTML to make sure all the elements we need to can participate on the grid. What we need is subgrid and non-buggy display: contents;, so I’d like to think in a year or so we’ll be past this. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post The Dark Side of the Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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The Dark Side of the Grid

Manuel Matuzovic makes the point that in order to use CSS grid in some fairly simple markup scenarios, we might be tempted to flatten our HTML to make sure all the elements we need to can participate on the grid. What we need is subgrid and non-buggy display: contents;, so I’d like to think in a year or so we’ll be past this. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post The Dark Side of the Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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The Dark Side of the Grid

Manuel Matuzovic makes the point that in order to use CSS grid in some fairly simple markup scenarios, we might be tempted to flatten our HTML to make sure all the elements we need to can participate on the grid. What we need is subgrid and non-buggy display: contents;, so I’d like to think in a year or so we’ll be past this. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post The Dark Side of the Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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The Dark Side of the Grid

Manuel Matuzovic makes the point that in order to use CSS grid in some fairly simple markup scenarios, we might be tempted to flatten our HTML to make sure all the elements we need to can participate on the grid. What we need is subgrid and non-buggy display: contents;, so I’d like to think in a year or so we’ll be past this. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post The Dark Side of the Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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The Dark Side of the Grid

Manuel Matuzovic makes the point that in order to use CSS grid in some fairly simple markup scenarios, we might be tempted to flatten our HTML to make sure all the elements we need to can participate on the grid. What we need is subgrid and non-buggy display: contents;, so I’d like to think in a year or so we’ll be past this. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post The Dark Side of the Grid appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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