The gap property in CSS is a shorthand for row-gap and column-gap, specifying the size of gutters, which is the space between rows and columns within grid, flex, and multi-column layouts.
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Even so, it amazes me that certain traits find their way into things. I mean, it makes sense. Many of us use the same UI frameworks and take cues from sites we admire. But every once in a while, my eye starts catching wind of … Read article “Spotting a Trend”
Many of the starters seemed to integrate Tailwind CSS in a contrived way. Also, some of them seemed to assume that no one updates Tailwind’s configuration on the fly while working on a website. That’s why I integrated Eleventy … Read article “An Eleventy Starter with Tailwind CSS and Alpine.js”
I have two problems with solving problems using the newest, best tool every
Here’s the first trick:
Subgrid? It’s a nice intuitive way to have a child element on the grid inherit relevant grid lines from the parent grid.
A favorite bit…