In this episode Wes and Scott are talking all about CSS layout - how it works, things to watch out for and more!
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- When to use position fixed/static/absolute/relative/sticky, etc.
- When to use height, width, max-height, max-width, top, bottom, left, right, etc.
- What about relationships between containers and their children?
- What about positioning behaviors of elements like
- Floating and clearing
- Flexbox, Grid and responsive design
- Mobile-first or desktop-first?
- Viewport units - vw, vh, vmin, vmax, etc