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CSS Grid Layout Examples

CSS Grid Layout Examples

Welcome to our session on CSS Grid Layout Examples! In this session, we'll explore various examples to help you understand the practical applications of CSS Grid Layout.

Example: 2 Column Footer

This example demonstrates a simple 2-column footer layout using CSS Grid. The footer is divided into two columns, one for contact information and one for social media links.

Example: 3 Column with Sidebars

This example showcases a 3-column layout with sidebars on both sides of the main content area. CSS Grid allows for flexible column sizing, ensuring responsive behavior.

Example: Single Column with Header and Footer

This example demonstrates a single-column layout with a header and footer. CSS Grid provides control over the vertical alignment of elements within the column.

Example: Full-Width Hero Section

This example shows a full-width hero section that spans the entire viewport. CSS Grid allows for creating large, impactful sections that capture attention.

Example: Card Layout with Grid Gap

This example demonstrates a card layout with controlled spacing between cards using CSS Grid's grid-gap property. The gap creates visual separation and enhances readability.

Example: Grid Areas with Spanning

This example showcases the use of grid-span to span grid cells horizontally or vertically. It allows for creating complex layouts with custom-sized areas.

Example: Grid Areas with Template Columns

This example demonstrates how to define a grid-template-columns property to specify the number and size of columns in a grid. It provides precise control over column layout.

Example: Grid Areas with Template Rows

Similar to columns, this example shows how to define a grid-template-rows property to specify the number and size of rows in a grid, providing control over row layout.

Example: Nesting Grids

This example demonstrates how to nest CSS Grids within one another. Nested grids allow for creating complex and flexible layouts by combining multiple grids.

Example: Grid with Auto-Repeat

This example showcases the repeat() function in a grid, which automatically generates a specified number of columns or rows with the same size. It simplifies the creation of repetitive layouts.

Example: Grid with Auto-Fit

This example demonstrates the auto-fit property, which automatically adjusts the size of columns or rows to fit the available space. It ensures optimal use of space in responsive layouts.

Example: Grid with Named Lines

This example shows how to use named lines in a grid using the grid-template-areas property. Named lines allow for more descriptive and maintainable grid layouts.

Example: Grid with Custom Properties

This example demonstrates the use of CSS custom properties in a grid layout. Custom properties provide a convenient way to define reusable styles and enhance code maintainability.

Example: Grid with CSS Grid Component

This example showcases the integration of a CSS Grid component library. Components provide pre-built grid layouts that simplify development and speed up the design process.

Next Up: CSS Grid Layout Responsiveness

In the next session, we'll explore how to make CSS Grid layouts responsive to different screen sizes. Follow us to learn about techniques for creating adaptable and user-friendly designs.