The Canary channel ships the most bleeding edge version of Chrome possible. It is primarily intended to be used by developers and early adopters to test recent Chromium changes, but anyone can install it and give it a try.
Its obvious that grids are important in web design. You already knew that. You probably have even coded a few grids with frameworks like Foundation or Bootstrap. You may even have created a custom grid manually, or using a grid layout tool like Susy.
Shaun Rashid’s 2015 article Normalize (CSS) No More has been making its way round the Twittersphere again recently, and it’s brought a few questions to my mind. This post isn’t a direct rebuttal or criticism of Shaun’s article, but rather Harry's own take on things in the form of a response.