How to build complex layouts using CSS

Build complex CSS layouts

Layout for the web has always been limited, there really has never been anything truly dedicated to making content easy to display in a format that makes sense. 

Back in the '90s when the web first took hold, designers who were used to laying out content on a grid, found the only way to get the same result in the browser was to use the table. Merging cells led to complex website layouts, but this played havoc with accessibility and SEO. Fast forward and today there are all manner of ways to place content with floats, flexible boxes and so on.

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