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Create a fixed-fluid-fixed layout using CSS calc()

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Layout Responsive Fluid Columns Using CSS

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Dynamically Size Elements with Pure CSS

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Create a tab component using vanilla CSS

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CSS :target Selector

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Control Image Aspect Ratio Using CSS

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Build Responsive CSS Layouts with Tachyons

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css tutorial about Create a fixed-fluid-fixed layout using CSS calc()

Create a fixed-fluid-fixed layout using CSS calc()

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CSS calc() allows you to mix and match units to get real-time calculations. It's useful when you need to size elements but you have some unknown number that you have to account for.

css tutorial about Layout Responsive Fluid Columns Using CSS

Layout Responsive Fluid Columns Using CSS

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Learn how to use CSS columns to quickly lay out fluid columns that are responsive, degrade gracefully and don't require extra markup.

Notes:
- column-width operates like min-width, not width. The browser will render as many columns as it can with the width provided. If each column can take up more than the value provided, they will do so.
- column-span enables a specific element to ignore column-count and column-width. It can be set to an integer to span a certain number of columns, or "all" to span them all. However, this property does not work in Firefox. A workaround could be to move the element (say, a heading) outside of the container with the columns applied to it. That way, it remains outside of the automatic column flow.
- column-fill allows you to change the way content flows into columns. By default, it's set to "balance", where content is distributed as much as possible between columns. It can also be set to "auto", but in order to do so, it requires setting a fixed height. This breaks the idea of fluid, responsive layouts, so use it with caution. You'll also need some browser prefixes, so be sure to reference this browser support chart.

css tutorial about Dynamically Size Elements with Pure CSS

Dynamically Size Elements with Pure CSS

2:57 css PRO

Learn how to size elements based on the dimensions of the viewport, even when the browser is resized - no JavaScript needed!

css tutorial about Create a tab component using vanilla CSS

Create a tab component using vanilla CSS

3:09 css PRO

Learn how to create tabs with nothing more than good ole' CSS. Look Ma, No Javascript!

note: This approach has some accessibility issues. To make a tab component that is properly accessible, it requires some JavaScript.

css tutorial about CSS :target Selector

CSS :target Selector

1:52 css PRO

The :target selector allows us to interact with a fragment identifier, or hash, in our URL from CSS.

css tutorial about Control Image Aspect Ratio Using CSS

Control Image Aspect Ratio Using CSS

2:14 css PRO

Resize images and videos to fill their parent and maintain their aspect ratio with pure CSS. The new object-fit and object-position properties allow you to scale images and videos, much like you could with background-size and background-position.

tachyons tutorial about Build Responsive CSS Layouts with Tachyons

Build Responsive CSS Layouts with Tachyons

2:47 tachyons PRO

Building responsive css layouts is critical in any modern website. Tachyons makes this easy by designing for mobile first then enabling you to switch directions and positions of elements when the site scales up to desktop sizes. This lesson walks you through using Tachyons with flexbox and leveraging the flex-column and flex-row classes to respond to mobile and desktop sizes.

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