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With CSS Grid web layout design will never be the same again. Better, creative, impressive and different than what we have seen before. Get started today with the free CSS Grid tutorial and Builder app:

https://www.cssgrid.cc
The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.


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This is a great addition to the CC family! When will this be integrated into your RSD, FF, and your BB products?
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COO
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Hey Chuck!

I answered this yesterday on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CoffeeCup/status/900393978411003904

Here's a recap:

Not entirely sure just yet. For now you can test designing with @getbootstrap 3 (and 4) with #cssgrid (versus float / flex grids). We don’t feel the @ZURBfoundation 6 and @getbootstrap 4 flex grids are future proof. We created Free CSS Grid Builder to get feedback.

Feedback on working with #ccsgrid in these frameworks sans their grid systems. Give it a shot https://cssgrid.cc/#get-grid-builder … and let us know!

The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.


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Bob Visser wrote:
Hey Chuck!

I answered this yesterday on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CoffeeCup/status/900393978411003904

Here's a recap:

Not entirely sure just yet. For now you can test designing with @getbootstrap 3 (and 4) with #cssgrid (versus float / flex grids). We don’t feel the @ZURBfoundation 6 and @getbootstrap 4 flex grids are future proof. We created Free CSS Grid Builder to get feedback.

Feedback on working with #ccsgrid in these frameworks sans their grid systems. Give it a shot https://cssgrid.cc/#get-grid-builder … and let us know!


Hey Bob not everyone goes on twitter
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COO
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
Hey Bob not everyone goes on twitter


Is why I added the recap :)
The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.


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Some people don't go on Twitter?!? You're kidding, right? ;)
Brian

Want personal and specialized help with RLM, RSD or with converting your VSD (or other) site to RLM/RSD? Email me at cchelp@uscni.org or call 865-687-7698.


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Thanks Bob. I AM one of those who does not go on Twitter :) but I did read your tweet, Also, it seems that CSS Grid Builder does nothing in the Edge (v15) browser. Are you planning to support it?
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COO
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Chuck (ITManager) wrote:
Also, it seems that CSS Grid Builder does nothing in the Edge (v15) browser. Are you planning to support it?


Hey Chuck,

Support is not up to us :P At the top of the CSS Grid tutorial page there is a section about browser support. It mentions how browser vendors have been working like crazy to get this in. For Edge, it will be fully supported in V16 (next release).
The future of web layout has arrived and it's called CSS Grid. CoffeeCup helps you to get ready with a free guide, the Grid Builder app plus cool demos & themes.


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Thanks Bob. Yeah I know that Edge v16 will support CSS Grid Layout. I was hoping that your team would also support v15 with the -ms- hack until then. I am working with your product and see a lot of potential for it in my work, but I am a heavy MS client base developer and they LOVE Edge (go figure).

Hope to have more feedback soon though!
Once you accomplish the impossible, then you can move on to the hard stuff!


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[quote=Wayan Jaya][quote=Bob Visser]Hey Chuck!

I answered this yesterday on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/CoffeeCup/status/900393978411003904

Here's a recap:

Not entirely sure just yet. For now you can test designing with @getbootstrap 3 (and 4) with #cssgrid (versus float / flex grids). We don’t feel the @ZURBfoundation 6 and @getbootstrap 4 flex grids are future proof. We created Free CSS Grid Builder to get feedback.

Would your advice be not using Foundation6 if it's not future proof?

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