Nov 132013
 

CSS regions have a lot of potential for managing content flow in responsive designs. Typically, containers collapse and move and the content goes with them. This can be detrimental to the flow of your pages and negatively impact user experience. By using regions you can control exactly how, where, and if particular content appears. Furthermore, you control how it flows and displays between regions. This article includes specific codepen examples and a detailed explanation to get you started.

Killer Responsive Layouts With CSS Regions | Smashing Coding.

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