Introduction to the CSS Grid Layout

CSS is constantly evolving. Some of the features being talked about now may well become mainstream in the near future, while others will likely fade into obscurity. Either way, understanding which CSS selectors, layout modules and filters are being considered for the future will make you a stronger front-end developer.

One option that may soon find widespread acceptance is the grid layout. As you can imagine, this subset of CSS has the potential to simplify the process of laying out your content.

In this short video from my recent course, The CSS of the Future, I’ll introduce you to this exciting feature. I’ll explain briefly how it works, before discussing browser support (which is limited right now) and showing you how you can enable support for the grid layout in Chrome.

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In the full course, The CSS of the Future, I’ll walk you through some of the bleeding-edge features of CSS to help you remain current and ahead of the field.

Some of the features covered may well become mainstream in the near future, while others will likely fade into obscurity. Either way, understanding which CSS selectors, layout modules and filters are being considered for the future will make you a stronger front-end developer.