Just Can't Get Into It


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Much as I have tried I just cannot get into this one,, I understand the principle just don't know how to begin. Will stick to good old RSD & FF framework
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Hi Wayan,

With you on this one.

I'm having trouble getting to grips with the concept that the grid doesn't actually do anything in itself other than allow you to specify where the elements that it contains will be placed.

It is a great concept that allows more 'flexibility' than flexbox. I am, however, still waiting to see if all the major browsers, including, those for mobile devices, fully support CSS grid before I get into it in a big way.


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David Dashwood wrote:
Hi Wayan,

With you on this one.

I'm having trouble getting to grips with the concept that the grid doesn't actually do anything in itself other than allow you to specify where the elements that it contains will be placed.

It is a great concept that allows more 'flexibility' than flexbox. I am, however, still waiting to see if all the major browsers, including, those for mobile devices, fully support CSS grid before I get into it in a big way.


This piece of a statement I got in an e-mail the other day is worrying me too

'Grid' will replace our current responsive layout framework'.
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I agree...that is a worrisome statement...I have not looked at this app, but it appears it si not very helpful...the last thing we need is to be forced to use it

MJ


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I believe the quotation comes from here. The context suggested to me that the statement referred to the changing of the CoffeeCup home page, the process of which the CoffeeCup team were documenting. Unfortunately the use of bold type for the words quoted (which were only part of a sentence) does lead the eye to miss the context.

Frank

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