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Building Resizeable Components with Relative CSS Units

We are living in a dynamic world, everything we do could be changed at anytime. We, as Front-End Developers should build our layouts in a dynamic approach.

In this article, you will explore a concept that lets you resize your components by using CSS relative units (%, em, or rem). Not just the type size, but all the UI in that component. You’ll look at practical examples, pros and cons of the approach, and even a complete web page built out in this manner.


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