This tutorial will guide you through creating one of the most commonly used content layouts found on popular websites. The pattern consists of alternating image and text content and has been proven to be successful, so there's no need to start from scratch.
We'll show you how to create this layout using CSS grid instead of columns and provide tips on adapting it for smaller screen sizes. Additionally, we'll teach you how to create a more engaging content layout where images stick to the top of the viewport as you scroll down, resulting in a collapsing effect as you progress through the content.
Throughout the tutorial, we'll cover how to convert ID styles to class styles, create and use modified classes, adjust your CSS grid layout for mobile breakpoints, and use custom CSS to apply position: sticky to elements.
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