Nov. 6, 11 a.m. CST: Get Up and Running with CSS Grid by Bryan Robinson
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Nov. 6, 11 a.m. CST: Get Up and Running with CSS Grid

Interested in getting started with CSS Grid? This 1 hour live webinar will teach you the basics you need to know to get into Grid right away. From display: grid to grid-template-columns and rows, we'll explore a few design patterns to get you moving. 
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What you'll learn

Simple Syntax for Simple Grids

If you're still using Flex or Floats for simple grids, you're missing out on some fun new syntax to . create fluidly responsive Grids with NO Media Queries! We'll use this pattern to cover the basics of Grid and some advanced techniques

Support older browsers with Feature Queries

Quash the naysayers! Grid should be used right now. Don't wait for 100% adoption, that's a pipe dream! We'll cover strategies that will get you started with Grid AND proper fallbacks!

Create an easy flow for articles and breakout areas

Breaking out content from a normal column of content is annoying at best in old CSS. It either necessitated additional HTML or some good, old-fashioned CSS hackery to do it. With Grid, we don't have to do any of that!


What will be covered?

In this session, we'll cover all the basics. I'll walk you through thinking about HTML and CSS in Grid terms instead of legacy layout mechanisms. I'll show you a couple powerful design patterns that use Grid in fun and exciting ways. There will also be time after for some Q&A to allow you to get any additional questions answered.

But how do we support IE10 and IE11?!

In the session, we'll cover the basics of a strong, progressive-enhancement-based method to let you use Grid and STILL support older browsers! Spoiler Alert: We'll learn the basics of CSS Feature Queries!

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If you're ready to learn the ways of Grid, be sure to sign up! I'm looking forward to answering lots of amazing questions and showing developers and designers what's possible with the best thing to come to CSS since ... sliced bread? No, that's not quite right...
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Teaching you modern development and design practices

My name is Bryan Robinson. I'm a designer, developer and teacher based in Memphis, Tenn. I've been passionate about HTML, CSS and JS for my entire career, and I want to teach you to be just as passionate about it, as well.