YouTube Video | Mobile-First Website with CSS Grid -1

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We will create a website with CSS Grid and we will be using the mobile first approach. The mobile first approach is the approach in which we write the code for mobile screen first and after that move to larger screens.

Please do like it and [Subscribe](https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRf7mazcufqZxd2pR3oQJuQ?sub_confirmation=1) to my channel for more videos.

You can also read it in blog format, from these two posts -

https://thewebdev.tech/mobile-first-1

https://thewebdev.tech/mobile-first-2

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