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Description of the problem this recipe solves or the pattern you are demonstrating.
What does this pattern need to include, or what problems does it need to solve? List that here.
Change the path to the example below to point to your merged example. The last parameter is the live example height, which you can change as needed.
Change the link to point to your merged download version.
Explain your decisions when creating the pattern. Why did you choose a certain method? If you want to add an additional example here — for example a version with fallbacks, please do. This section is deliberately loose as patterns range from the very simple to more complex.
If there are useful alternative methods for building the recipe, or fallback recipes to use if you have to support non-supporting browsers, include them in separate sections down here.
Include this is there are any specific things to watch out for in regard to accessibility. If not relevant for your pattern this can be omitted.
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The various layout methods have different browser support. See the charts below for details on basic support for the properties used.
The compatibility table in this page is generated from structured data. If you'd like to contribute to the data, please check out https://github.com/mdn/browser-compat-data and send us a pull request.
Include the compat data for key properties you used, as in the example below which includes align-items.
- Links of link of related properties:
- Links to article showing how to use the property in context: "Using … article"
- Very good external links. Don't be afraid of external links, but they should be outstanding, and not only mention minor details.