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  1. Hello to all, can somebody tell me the right common way how to center a Grid itself within the viewport? I've figured out 2 methods, but somehow both don't seem to me to be best practice. The first one is using an empty first and last column like: grid-template-areas: ". title navigation ."; When using grid-gap this method has the problem that when you resize the viewport to min-width the design gets a glitch cause the left gap will still be visible while on the right side the content starts to disappear. The code for the upper example for testing: <!DOCTYPE html
  2. Hello, I don't undesrtand grid-gap syntax(with two values) on w3schools. From example on w3schools, grid-gap(50px 100px), it says that first value represents grid-column-gap and the second grid-row-gap? When I run result in a browser, row-gap is 50px and column-gap is 100px? Shouldn't be otherwise?
  3. Can please anyone help me ? This is my Media Queries for Tablets ; @media (min-width: 37em) { body { display: grid; grid-template-columns: 10% 72% 17%; grid-template-areas: "header header header" "nav nav nav" "linkBox main main" "footer footer footer"; } and this my Media Queries for Desktops; @media (min-width: 80em) { body { display: grid; grid-template-columns: 10% 72% 17%; grid-gap: 5px; grid-template-areas: "header header header" "nav nav nav" "lin
  4. The page in question is Here I'm going to have a dozen or so images that I want lined up grid-style. They'll all be sized the same. But, I also want to have the hover overlay that's currently there. CSS is currently: <!-- THUMBNAIL --> <style> .container { position: relative; width: 50% } .image { display: block; margin: 3px; width: 50%; height: auto; } .overlay { position: absolute; top: 0; bottom: 0; left: 3px; right: 0; height: 100%; width: 50%; opacity: 0; transition: .5s ease; background-color: #000000; } .container:hover .overlay { opa
  5. I want to do a chess program that record the move and make sure no check was forgotten (it recently happened and we had to restart the game ). I think ECMAScript would be a good option. Each pieces would be assigned its color and type and when moved verify if an attack pattern arrived to the opposite color king. Instead of making function for all of this, I wonder if there would be some grid library or perhaps simply bitmaps that could do the trick.There would be a group A with 3 grids, past pieces positions for each color and new positions, right away the display would show the new positions
  6. darbok

    grid and me

    So I've finally come to a light bulb moment on tying html and css together, I have a basic understanding of grid but I feel like most of the info on grid on youtube is out of date as none of it really lets me do what I want. what I want to do is put two pictures side by side, I've even achieved that to a degree. I've used griddle-it to try to make it easier, it has, put the background column image on my page... 12 columns centered on the page. The problem i'm running into is that I can't seem to make the images so that there is a column before the first image, the first image is butting up
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