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Jun. 15, 2017 10:37 am

Learn new tools of webpage design at this General Assembly event

CSS Grid is the topic of the June 20 event. Mozilla Web Developer Advocate Matthew Claypotch is providing the knowledge.

A class at GA's 15th St. campus.

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A new tool released for CSS has big implications for webpage design.

On June 20 at General Assembly, Mozilla Web Developer Advocate Matthew Claypotch is leading a talk on CSS Grid Layout.

“In the early years of the web, there were limits on where you could put content on a web page. Now, with CSS properties powering dynamic layouts in browsers, a renaissance in layout design patterns is emerging,” the event description states.

The tools are seen as a way to help simplify the design process and get a webpage that’s closer to what was originally envisioned.

The event is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at General Assembly’s 15th St. campus.

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