Day 3: Gallery 🍿

Galleries are an inevitable part of every respected site. Here's a Christmas gallery.

The example component is visible below.

A few notes about this gallery component:

  • CSS Variables are used for grid and font size,
  • the calc function and viewport units are used for grid and font size,
  • CSS Grid is used for the grid,
  • the auto-fill keyword is used to fill the grid columns with items,
  • the minmax function is used to declare the minimum and maximum size of the grid item,
  • less than 10 lines of CSS for a fully responsive gallery that works on most modern browsers 🀯.

The code:

<div class="advent-gallery">
.advent-gallery {
--size-xmas: calc(4rem + 2vw);

display: grid;
grid-gap: 2rem;
grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fill, minmax(var(--size-xmas), 1fr));
place-items: center;

font-size: var(--size-xmas);

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Day 23: Radio πŸ“±

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Day 22: Checkbox 🧦

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Day 21: Notification 🀫

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Day 20: Code block πŸ’»

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Day 19: Pagination πŸ“–

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Day 17: Card 🎴

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Day 16: Table 🎢

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Day 15: Breadcrumb 🍞

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Day 14: Blockquote πŸ’¬

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Day 10: Footer πŸ‘‡

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Day 9: Header ☝️

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Day 8: Hero πŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈ

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Day 7: Intro πŸ’¬

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Day 6: Horizontal Rule 〰️

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Day 5: Split πŸ’”

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Galleries are an inevitable part of every respected site. Here's a Christmas gallery.
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