CSS Layout — Syntax Podcast 104

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Wes Bos

Wes Bos

Full Stack JavaScript Developer. Creator of really good web development courses. BBQ enthusiast.

Scott Tolinski

Scott Tolinski

Web Developer, Creator of Level Up Tuts, Bboy, Robotops Crew and Youtuber

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Dec 26th, 2018

CSS Layout

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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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Show Notes

4:15

  • When to use position fixed/static/absolute/relative/sticky, etc.

15:18

  • When to use height, width, max-height, max-width, top, bottom, left, right, etc.

21:28

  • What about relationships between containers and their children?

27:37

  • What about positioning behaviors of elements like <img>, <iframe>, <video>, etc.?

30:09

  • Floating and clearing

35:55

  • Flexbox, Grid and responsive design

36:58

  • Mobile-first or desktop-first?

41:20

  • Viewport units - vw, vh, vmin, vmax, etc

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