And getting away with it like cool dudes who don’t look at explosions
Is what their Unique Selling Point says when you first land on framer.com. And they’re right. Framer is a well known design tool in the UX/UI world. …
How you can use CSS Grid to avoid using position: absolute.
As of October 17th 2017, Microsoft Edge has shipped support for CSS Grid. One small step for a man, one giant leap for front-end development. This meant that all major browsers now supported the famous CSS Grid. Humans, working together to bring better world for future generations.
In ancient history (pre-2015) we’ve used floats, inline-blocks and tweaked margins, padding, box models, pixels, percentages, rems and all the random words to get the dreaded three “Our services” blocks next to each other.
And it changed the way we write CSS forever. You need a navigation with links layed out perfectly next to each other?
display: flex. You need that same navigation to be in a header wrapper with a logo on each side? Add
justify-content: space-between. You need both the logo and the navigation centered? Add
align-items: center. …