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Are you using flexbox for your new layout?

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Not yet on real projects, but I won't wait much longer. By the way, this is a great way of learning how to use flexbox http://flexboxfroggy.com/ :)

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I'm not using it for global layout, but sometimes for micro positioning or e.g. places, where boxes should be of equal height. So the things which could break without affecting functionality, but rather aestetics.

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I played with flexbox and tried to use it. Works fine with modern browsers, but

  1. IE10 doen't work (should support old syntax...)
  2. can't get flexibility work (IE 8/9 flexbox support)

Thanks for the link https://github.com/StefanKovac/flex-layout-attribute. Looks nice and simple.

Because of my tests I created an simple flexbox css file which seems to work fine with modern browsers and also allow nested flexboxes, but without IE <=10 support :(

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Searched about possible solutions to use flexbox cross browser. It would be possible with some IE polyfills / workarounds (float, inline-block and maybe Columnizer-jQuery-Plugin) and could be used dependent on the target group. 
If IE support is important I will stay with pocketgrid which is simple and works fine. ;)

 

IE <= 10 is end of life / support!

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