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In the opening part of this session on the Foundation Framework, we took a look at how you could make use of this framework, what it can do and how you can fashion a custom build. In this part we’ll look in detail at the grid system, demonstrating some examples as we go.
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The big buzzwords in CSS these days are “modular” and “responsive”—and for good reasons. But we’re still trying to achieve those goals with the wrong tool: Media Queries. What we actually need is a tool that doesn’t exist yet: Element Queries.
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CSS Media Queries are the basic building block of responsive design, which, at its simplest, just means building websites that work on any device.
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Since the @media directive was introduced in Sass, there’s been a small debate when reviewing the CSS output. Many realized that the media query is repeated with each use as seen in this example. To some, this is a big deal and to others, not so much.
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