Have you ever heard of EM and REM units for CSS development? They are powerful tools that allow you to create responsive and flexible designs with ease. Recently, I had the opportunity to learn about these units by cloning a responsive grid lander website. I stumbled upon an excellent tutorial on YouTube that walked me through the process of using EM and REM units in my CSS development.
To make the process even more interesting, I decided to build my website using WordPress and Oxygen as my page builder. With these tools at my disposal, I was able to create a beautiful and responsive website that showcased my newfound skills with EM and REM units.
If you’re interested in learning more about EM and REM units, I highly recommend checking out the video tutorial and the webflow site where I share the results of my cloning project. It’s worth noting that the site is still a work in progress, and there are a few elements that still need to be added, such as scrollbar animation and responsive support.