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Hey gang, in this CSS grid tutorial I want to show you how we can create a grid-like structure using grid areas and the grid-template-areas property.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. What is interesting is the fact that even though you misspelled `grid-template-columns` to `gird-template-columns`, it worked as expected.

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