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Onuorah Bonaventure
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Apr 19, 2023 ⋅ 9 min read

A guide to CSS container queries

Onuorah Bonaventure Full-stack web developer that loves connecting brands to their customers by developing amazing, performant websites. Interested in teaching programming concepts and breaking down difficult concepts. When I'm not coding, I play chess and checkers with my friends while listening to cool Afrobeats.

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2 Replies to "A guide to CSS container queries"

  1. “The container-type: inline-size; will cause the container not to assume the position it has on the viewport. This means that you must explicitly set the height and width of the container. Meanwhile, the container-type: inline-size; will ensure that the element assumes the position it has on the viewport.”

    You have a mistake in there, as you are repeating “inline-size” in both cases, but I guess the first one would be for “size”

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