How CSS’s display: contents; works

You might know that display: contents; does what it states it does: it only shows an element’s contents, just as if you were to remove the opening and closing tag. But what about the element’s attributes? What about the bound JavaScript events? What about … ? Ire Aderinokun digs deeper. How display: contents; works →

Design Systems and CSS Grid

Stuart Robson uses CSS Grid for what it’s meant to be used for: creating a grid. He evens creates a faux subgrid by leveraging calc() to define the two margin-columns. .container { grid-template-columns: [full-start] minmax(calc(calc(100% – 1008px) / 2), 1fr) [main-start] repeat(14, [col-start] 1fr) [main-end] minmax(calc(calc(100% – 1008px) / 2), 1fr) [full-end]; } Add in […]