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Old 4th December 16, 11:16 PM   #1
ARNK
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Default Flexbox or Grid Layout for Portfolio?

Hey guys, it's been a very long time since I've touched HTML/CSS but I'm moving back in that direction. I need to build an online portfolio, and was wondering which method is more usable in December 2016. For instance, would a grid layout even hold up across browsers? Should I rely on the old float and absolute positioning techniques from years ago? What say you?

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Old 13th January 17, 03:04 AM   #2
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Default Re: Flexbox or Grid Layout for Portfolio?

I would strongly advise not to do it with absolute positioning. think mobile and tablet traffic!

A grid layout could be applied but if you've got the energy to learn I'd definately go with flexbox. moving forward it is... flexible!
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Old 22nd January 17, 07:30 PM   #3
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Default Re: Flexbox or Grid Layout for Portfolio?

I agree, using Flex is likely the best solution. I believe Grid may still not be fully supported by all browsers. See http://gridbyexample.com/browsers/ for Grid support info
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