With all of the changes and rapid advancements CSS has gone through over the last few years, we should not be surprised at the vast volume of open-source resources and tools that are continually being released.
CSS Grid is generating lots of hype – and for good reason. It’s poised to revolutionize the way we create complex layouts. The new specification (still in draft as of this writing) removes the need for all the silly hacks designers have had to put in place while building grid systems. The promise of CSS Grid is that it will simply work as the designer intended, while automatically adjusting to whatever device it’s being displayed on.
The past few years have seen a wide variety of methods for creating web page layouts. CSS Grid is one of the newest and probably the most game-changing layout technique at our disposal. If you haven’t begun tinkering with it yet, now’s the time. It is a wildly different way of thinking about positioning content, and it currently has nearly full support across all popular web browsers.