Lawrence Eagles
Apr 2, 2021 ⋅ 9 min read

How to build a custom grid with SASS

Lawrence Eagles Senior full-stack developer, writer, and instructor.

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2 Replies to "How to build a custom grid with SASS"

  1. The title of this article is quite misleading. The techniques described are all based on old float/clear methods. Nothing to do with CSS Grid, or how it addresses css page layout. Waste of a click for me, and potentially confusing to a CSS beginner.

  2. Hello Adrian, Lawrence Eagles here.

    Truly the article does not directly talk about CSS Grid. It is aimed at teaching readers how CSS Grid works by building a custom grid — that has features similar to those in CSS Grid.

    The knowledge acquired during this process can then foster the reader’s understanding of CSS gird.

    I choose to use CSS float because it is straightforward.

    Below are some of our post on CSS Grid:



    Hope this helps.

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