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  1. column.
  2. news { grid-position: a; }
    weather { grid-position: b; }
    sports { grid-position: c; }
    events { grid-position: d; }
  3. columns, rows, and cells, but you can create many different types of layouts that, in the end, don't look like a spreadsheet at all.
  4. empty table into which data can be flowed.
  5. the screen size being used to view the HTML document.
  6. Grid tracks, Grid tracks, Grid cells
  7. -o- prefix.
  8. display properly.
  9. -ms- prefix.
  10. «Grid Layout» models address this concern.
  11. the «flex-direction» and «flex-wrap» properties of a flexbox (the parent box) at the same time.
  12. nowrap, wrap, and wrap-reverse values.
  13. surround content in an HTML document,
    whether the document becomes a Web page or a Web application.
  14. aural, braille, handheld, print, projection, screen, tty, and tv.
  15. -ms-grid-columns: 150px auto 2fr;
  16. code compatible with as many browsers as possible.
  17. styles applied to a parent also apply to a child.
  18. a keyword surrounded by dashes, to the front of a CSS3 property name.
  19. are simply columns and rows that control the layout of content in an HTML document.
  20. columns or floats.
  21. newspaper layouts
  22. flex-pack, flex-align
  23. APAGAR
  24. same time.
  25. good design.
  26. are still emerging.
  27. child box.
  28. vertically, when the screen on which they're displayed changes size.
  29. complex layouts than the flexbox model.
  30. margin, border, padding, and content.
  31. display:grid (or display:inline-grid), grid-columns, and grid-rows.
  32. precise control over your layout, with a fraction of the CSS code as would be required using older techniques
  33. «display:inline-grid» CSS property. This creates the container for the layout.
  34. more complex designs.
  35. scale or dynamically adjust their main size.
  36. control the height and width of flexbox items.
  37. fit their content.
  38. "one fraction."
  39. adapt an HTML document to end-user devices.
  40. new line and wrap onto it
  41. flexbox item.
  42. avoid unexpected results.
  43. reposition themselves (horizontally or vertically) depending on the size of the screen.
  44. before group 0.
  45. layout of the document.
  46. grid structures. The size of columns and rows can be fixed or flexible.
  47. inappropriate overlapping of elements or elements appearing in the wrong places.
  48. parent flexbox in your CSS code, and apply flex-align to the child items.
  49. the grid.
  50. child box, which can be flexible or not.
  51. each item will take up two equal parts.
  52. use a fancier font.
  53. 1.
  54. it can be colored and have a pattern like a dashed line.
  55. parts of a grid to a different area of a document.
  56. toolbars, menus, forms, and similar elements in Web pages and applications
  57. the positive flex value.
  58. CSS Box model.
  59. flex, flex-align, flex-direction, flex-flow, flex-item-align, flex-line-pack, flex-order, flex-pack, flex-wrap
  60. direction, whether left, right, up, or down.
  61. additional values.
  62. row, row-reverse, column, and column-reverse values.
  63. user interacts.
  64. Sets the flexbox as a block-level element
  65. user interfaces.
  66. assigning classes
  67. -webkit- prefix.
  68. flexbox can easily handle.
  69. Sets the flexbox as an inline-level element
  70. generic font families to prevent potential viewing problems across different browsers.
  71. the flexible nature to child boxes.
  72. «fr», so a row defined as «2fr» will be twice the size of a row defined as «1fr».
  73. columns to make the design look cleaner and structured
  74. parent box—the flexbox.
  75. borders of the flexbox. You don't have to include an outline around flexboxes in your applications or Web pages.
  76. differently.
  77. flex-pack and flex-align (or flex-item-align) properties.
  78. values within parentheses.
  79. «column-reverse» (flex-flow: column-reverse;)
  80. «flexbox»
  81. 0px.
  82. mobile Web applications and parts of Web pages in general.
  83. div {
    grid-template: "abcd";
    grid-rows: auto;
    grid-columns: auto;
    }
  84. either direction.
  85. -moz-flexbox property.
  86. fill the available space.
  87. The logical space used to lay out grid items, similar to a cell in a spreadsheet
  88. -ms-grid-rows: 50px 6em auto;
  89. CSS specification to determine property inheritance.
  90. amount of code required for crossdevice compatibility.
  91. flexible.
  92. button or two to highly complex with many parts, and each part can contain one or more buttons, menus, toolbars, forms, and so on.
  93. disrupt the flow of the document.
  94. «child boxes».
  95. height and width.
  96. 0 0 auto.
  97. ordered groups.
  98. vertical alignment of the child boxes, and vice versa.
  99. div {
    ...
    flex-wrap: wrap;
    ...
    }
  100. The horizontal and vertical lines that divide columns or rows
  101. display:inline-flexbox
  102. grid-columns, grid-rows, grid-template, grid-cell, grid-column, grid-row, grid-column-span, grid-row-span, grid-column-sizing, grid-row-sizing, grid-flow, grid-column-align, grid-row-align
  103. <style>
    div {
    display: flex;
    flex-flow: column;
    ...
  104. text and images.
  105. height and width of flexbox items.
  106. grid items
  107. «width» or «height» property as the «preferred size».
  108. box itself.
  109. modify the various parts of the box model.
  110. flex: pos-flex neg-flex preferred-size none
  111. -moz- prefix.
  112. inline elements.
  113. «flexorder» property.
  114. appear in a layout, beginning with the lowest numbered group.
  115. the border of the box and its content.
  116. each flexbox item will take up one equal part of the available space.
  117. absolute positioning.
  118. more boxes.
  119. all output media.
  120. position of items in a grid.
  121. the CSS height and width property, such as 100px.
  122. «block-level» and «inline» elements.
  123. content into multiple lines, much like a word processor handles text in a paragraph.
  124. 0.
  125. the available space in the flexbox in which they reside.
  126. div>div {
    width: flex(1 75px);
  127. modularity.
  128. sections or entire HTML-based documents using CSS3.
  129. more complex layouts.
  130. alphabetical character as a position value.
  131. HTML tables or even columns or floats to structure layout.
  132. «block-level» elements.
  133. The columns and rows of the grid; you define grid tracks using the grid-rows and grid-columns properties
  134. «start», «end», «justify», or «center» (+«distribute»).