Re: [css-sizing][css-grid] fit-content(<length>|<percentage>)

On 17/05/16 23:14, fantasai wrote:
> On 04/01/2016 04:35 PM, fantasai wrote:
>> I ran into a few cases where it would have been useful
>> to be able to fit-content into a size other than the
>> available space, and just wanted to note that here as
>> a potential idea for some future level of Sizing.
> The CSSWG resolved to add this to Sizing and to Grid last week.
> Changes are:
> Basic use case for block layout is the current spec style sheet,
> which sets max-width: 50em on <body> to keep lines short enough
> to be comfortably readable; but tables should be shrink-to-fit
> into the full viewport width to take advantage of the space and
> reduce unnecessary wrapping within the table cells.
>   table { width: fit-content(100vw); align-self: center; }
> Basic use case for grid is a basic form with labels on one side
> and inputs on the other: you want the column of labels to just
> fit the contents without inducing wrapping, and the inputs to
> take up the remaining space. However, if the window gets narrow
> enough that the labels are more than X% of the window, you want
> to induce wrapping on the label column so that there is still
> plenty of room for filling out the form (but you don't want any
> of the labels to overflow).
> form {
>   grid-template-columns: fit-content(40%) minmax(5em, 1fr);
> }
> Let me know if there are any errors / other concerns!

A bunch of questions

* Couldn't this be properly resolved using media queries?

* What is that percentage relative to? Grid container, viewport,...?

* What happens when trying to use a percentage of an indefinite size?


Received on Thursday, 19 May 2016 10:42:35 UTC