As regular readers will know I am something of a fan of the CSS Grid Layout Module and I’ve been writing and speaking about it over the last couple of years.
My latest book CSS3 Layout Modules covers several grid examples and I have just returned from Frontend Conference where I was speaking on the subject, I’ll be presenting on the subject again later this month in Berlin for CSSConf.eu.
In the course of researching Grid, I’ve built quite a collection of small examples that I’ve used to test my understanding now that there is an implementation in Chrome. Talking to people who saw my presentation at Frontend Conference I realised that these little examples would be really useful to people. They show aspects of Grid Layout one at a time, rather than a complex example that brings several new elements into play at once.
So, after returning from Frontend Conference I registered gridbyexample.com and have quickly put together a site on GitHub Pages with some of these examples, explanations of how they work, and links to the files.
I have loads of these examples, and I’ll add some more over the next few days to show some slightly more complex use cases. If you have any suggestions or comments let me know.