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Re: Proposition. Positioning content with guidelines

From: Alexander Shpack <shadowkin@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2012 11:34:32 +0200
Message-ID: <CAK4xKXnStyzLMPs8jCGZ9D5LDBh4EbYfrsgmjWrwmx7uW5u3zw@mail.gmail.com>
To: Phil Cupp <pcupp@microsoft.com>
Cc: www-style <www-style@w3.org>
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> [pcupp] Unification of all layout types into one is not a goal for the grid.  If that's the goal of the new layout your proposing that's fine, but just to be clear it isn't feedback that I can act on.

Because it goal for the guidelines.

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>>Every author's solution, IMO, should as simple as possible. I don't want to create dozens of media queries, megabytes of CSS for every specific case, browser should rearrange the content automatically.
>>This is dreams of many coders. Grid layout is not better than floats or tables (display: table-cell), this is different view of one thing.
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> [pcupp] The grid isn't better or worse, but it is substantially different than both floats and tables.  It addresses a different set of scenarios like dividing up the space in a viewport or building a control out of HTML primitives.  I like to compare the grid to absolute positioning, except instead of using lengths to specify the position of the item, you express the position using grid lines; the location of which can be determined by sizing functions that space the grid lines based on a length, the contents between two lines, or remaining space in the grid.
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I think, Tables + Flexes + Regions may completely substitute Grid layout

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