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I find the concept of subgrid a little hard to wrap my mind around.
I do understand the idea that we want to use nested semantic markup as we like and have elements participate in one grid so we don’t have to flatten our markup just for layout reasons. But that is largely handled by
Rachel Andrew explains it in a way that finally clicked for me:
I have an item spanning three column tracks of the …
An institution’s motto, an artist’s intro, a company’s tagline, a community’s principle, a service’s greeting… all of them have one thing in common: they’re one brief paragraph displayed on a website’s home page — or at least the about page!
It’s rare that just one word or one line of text welcomes you to a website. So, let’s look at some interesting ways we could style the lines of a paragraph.
To see how things currently are, let’s try giving …
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Clever microsite from Burke Holland and Sarah Drasner that highlights some of VS Code’s coolest features. All fifteen of them are pretty darn cool. Here’s a few other compelling features I’ve seen people use/love:
- There is a terminal right in there, so you don’t need a separate app.
- The GitLens add-on, which shows you who last updated any line of code in your codebase, and when.
- Vim nerds aren’t left out.
- Live Share is coming soon.
- Solis looks like
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