I couldn’t find the course as a category on the forum, so I figured “positioning” is the closest thing.
I’m wondering about the use of CSS Grid. For one thing, do most browsers support it? The fact that I had to enable experimental web platforms on Chrome to use it makes me wary.
If a browser doesn’t support Grid, what happens to a page that uses it? Will it display incorrectly?
I’m also wondering why I would need to use it, particularly because it might not be fully supported yet. I taught myself HTML and CSS about a decade ago, so much of the courses here have been review for me. But I seem to remember being able to position elements both explicitly and implicitly using HTML and basic CSS without the “grid” property. Are those methods now obsolete, or am I remembering incorrectly? I could have sworn divs could be used as a grid.
Basically, does CSS Grid actually have functions that can’t be achieved another way, or is it just more convenient than doing it another way?