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Using CSS Mod Queries with Range Selectors

Recently, I was asked to build a simple list that would display in a grid—one that could start with a single element and grow throughout the day, yet alway be tidy regardless of the length. So, as you do sometimes when you’re busy with one thing and asked if you can do something completely different, I tried to think of any reason why it couldn’t be done, came up blank, and distractedly said, “Yes.
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