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Jan 14th, 2019
Hasty Treat - CSS Grid Level 2 aka Subgrid👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about CSS Grid Level 2 - aka subgrid.
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3:27 - CSS Grid Level 2 and subgrid
- CSS subgrid will allow you to place grid-items' children along the same lines at the parent grid
5:40 - How it works - Why do we need it? What problem do we have right now?
- Create your grid as normal - you can create columns, rows, named lines, etc.
- Your grid-item will also be display grid - this is nothing new - just regular nesting of grid
- The magic comes in when you want to define the rows and or columns of the sub-item. You can inherit the parent item's grid-rows / columns by simply saying
11:19 - Browser support
- It's about a year out
- Sentry is hiring
- Grid Level 2 and Subgrid by Rachel Andrew
- Css Grid Level 2 specs
- CSS Grid Level 2: Here Comes Subgrid