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CSS Grid Layout

Method of using a grid concept to lay out content, providing a mechanism for authors to divide available space for layout into columns and rows using a set of predictable sizing behaviors

Spec http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-grid-layout/
Status W3C Candidate Recommendation
IE Edge Firefox Chrome Safari Opera
    57 62    
    56 61 TP 48
  16 (2,*) 55 60 11 47
11 (2,*) 15 (2,*) 54 59 10.1 46
10 (2,*) 14 (2,*) 53 (4) 58 10 45
9 13 (2,*) 52 (4) 57 (4) 9.1 44
8 12 (2,*) 51 (3) 56 (1) 9 43 (1)
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7   50 (3) 55 (1) 8 42 (1)
6   49 (3) 54 (1) 7.1 41 (1)
5.5   48 (3) 53 (1) 7 40 (1)
    47 (3) 52 (1) 6.1 39 (1)
    46 (3) 51 (1) 6 38 (1)
    45 (3) 50 (1) 5.1 37 (1)
    44 (3) 49 (1) 5 36 (1)
    43 (3) 48 (1) 4 35 (1)
    42 (3) 47 (1) 3.2 34 (1)
    41 (3) 46 (1) 3.1 33 (1)
    40 (3) 45 (1)   32 (1)
    39 44 (1)   31 (1)
    38 43 (1)   30 (1)
    37 42 (1)   29 (1)
    36 41 (1)   28 (1)
    35 40 (1)   27
    34 39 (1)   26
    33 38 (1)   25
    32 37 (1)   24
    31 36 (1)   23
    30 35 (1)   22
    29 34 (1)   21
    28 33 (1)   20
    27 32 (1)   19
    26 31 (1)   18
    25 30 (1)   17
    24 29 (1)   16
    23 28   15
    22 27   12.1
    21 26   12
    20 25   11.6
    19 24   11.5
    18 23   11.1
    17 22   11
    16 21   10.6
    15 20   10.5
    14 19   10.0-10.1
    13 18   9.5-9.6
    12 17   9
    11 16    
    10 15    
    9 14    
    8 13    
    7 12    
    6 11    
    5 10    
    4 9    
    3.6 8    
    3.5 7    
    3 6    
    2 5    
      4    
iOS Safari Opera Mini Android Browser Blackberry Browser Opera Mobile Android Chrome Android Firefox IE Mobile Android UC Browser Samsung Internet QQ Browser Baidu Browser
11                      
10.3 all 56 10 37 59 54 11 (2,*) 11.4 5 1.2 (1) 7.12
10.0-10.2   4.4.3-4.4.4 7 12.1     10 (2,*)   4    
9.3   4.4   12              
9.0-9.2   4.2-4.3   11.5              
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8.1-8.4   4.1   11.1              
8   4   11              
7.0-7.1   3   10              
6.0-6.1   2.3                  
5.0-5.1   2.2                  
4.2-4.3   2.1                  
4.0-4.1                      
3.2                      

Notes

Supported in WebKit Nightly with -webkit- prefix.

  1. Enabled in Chrome through the "experimental Web Platform features" flag in chrome://flags

  2. Partial support in IE refers to supporting an older version of the specification.

  3. Enabled in Firefox through the layout.css.grid.enabled flag

  4. There are some bugs with overflow (1356820, 1348857, 1350925)

  5. There are some bugs with overflow (1356820, 1348857, 1350925)

* Partial support with prefix.

Resources

Data by caniuse.com
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License v4.0.
http://caniuse.com/#feat=css-grid