In the first post I wrote about my very first learnings with CSS Grid, I showed how I took a pattern I’ve used many times and reproduced it with a lot less code. After learning about how to do something simple, I started wondering about the other properties of CSS Grid, such as the reflow—how you can move content around on the screen without having to worry about source order in the HTML. This is commonly talked about as “display order” versus “source order.”
I mean, this is huge. We can finally break out of the thing that has been hampering us for so long. Just as with flexbox, CSS Grid allows you to move content around the screen without worrying about the HTML source order. In CSS Grid you use the
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