Grid by Example

A collection of usage examples for the CSS Grid Layout specification.

Source Independence

A key thing in Grid is that the order of items in the source does not matter, as long as they are children of the element that has been declared as a grid. In this example I have some content and then some ads which I have placed right at the bottom of the source. I can use Grid to visually display these in between sections of content.

I could then use Media Queries to display them elsewhere in a wider layout.

Important! For accessibility purposes the logical order should be set in the source. Do not use Grid properties to adjust the logical order of your document.

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See the Pen Grid by Example 14: Source independence by rachelandrew (@rachelandrew) on CodePen.

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