It’s quite possible to use CSS positioning on grid items, just as you would with most other elements. There are one or two quirks, however, so let’s take a quick look to make sure you avoid the pitfalls.
Simple Relative Positioning
Let’s begin with a simple grid, with nine items, laid out in three columns. Each column is 1fr wide, except the third column which (thanks to minmax()) will shrink no smaller than 160px:
grid-template-columns: 1fr 1fr minmax(160px, 1fr);
By adding a couple of rules to...
We are now over a year on from CSS Grid Layout landing in the majority of our browsers, and the CSS Working Group are already working on Level 2 of the specification. In this article, I’m going to explain what is currently part of the Working and Editor’s Draft of that spec. Note that everything here is subject to change, and none of it currently works in browsers. Take this as a peek into the process, I’m sure I’ll be writing more practical pieces as we start to see implementations take shape.
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