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How do you position elements on the screen?
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Nesting deeper-level subgrids into a parent grid.
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Writing Modes

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CSS Logical Properties

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aspect-ratio

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content-visibility

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Flexbox gap

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@container

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We asked members of the CSS community to share their “pick of the year”

My 2022 Pick: CSS Subgrid

CSS Subgrid allows child elements to inherit their parents grid properties. Soon, it will be much easier to lay elements out to the same grid lines across the entire page.

We asked members of the CSS community to share their “pick of the year”

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object-view-box

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Viewport-Percentage Length Units

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Media Queries Range Contexts

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CSS Grid & Flexbox for Responsive Layouts, v2
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CSS Grid & Flexbox for Responsive Layouts, v2

Learn the essential CSS layout techniques for building responsive, beautiful web applications. You'll get hands-on practice using CSS Grid for two-dimensional, grid-based layouts and Flexbox for styling one-directional flow.
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