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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
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