Relationship of grid layout to other layout methods - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN (2023)

CSS Grid Layout has been designed to work alongside other parts of CSS, as part of a complete system for doing the layout. In this guide, I will explain how a grid fits together with other techniques you may already be using.

Grid and flexbox

The basic difference between CSS Grid Layout and CSS Flexbox Layout is that flexbox was designed for layout in one dimension - either a row or a column. Grid was designed for two-dimensional layout - rows, and columns at the same time. The two specifications share some common features, however, and if you have already learned how to use flexbox, the similarities should help you get to grips with Grid.

One-dimensional versus two-dimensional layout

A simple example can demonstrate the difference between one- and two-dimensional layouts.

In this first example, I am using flexbox to lay out a set of boxes. I have five child items in my container, and I have given the flex properties values so that they can grow and shrink from a flex-basis of 150 pixels.

I have also set the flex-wrap property to wrap, so that if the space in the container becomes too narrow to maintain the flex basis, items will wrap onto a new row.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div>One</div> <div>Two</div> <div>Three</div> <div>Four</div> <div>Five</div></div>
.wrapper { width: 500px; display: flex; flex-wrap: wrap;}.wrapper > div { flex: 1 1 150px;}

In the image, you can see that two items have wrapped onto a new line. These items are sharing the available space and not lining up underneath the items above. This is because when you wrap flex items, each new row (or column when working by column) is an independent flex line in the flex container. Space distribution happens across the flex line.

A common question then is how to make those items line up. This is where you want a two-dimensional layout method: You want to control the alignment by row and column, and this is where grid comes in.

The same layout with CSS grids

In this next example, I create the same layout using Grid. This time we have three 1fr column tracks. We do not need to set anything on the items themselves; they will lay themselves out one into each cell of the created grid. As you can see they stay in a strict grid, lining up in rows and columns. With five items, we get a gap on the end of row two.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div>One</div> <div>Two</div> <div>Three</div> <div>Four</div> <div>Five</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr);}

A simple question to ask yourself when deciding between grid or flexbox is:

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  • do I only need to control the layout by row or column – use a flexbox
  • do I need to control the layout by row and column – use a grid

Content out or layout in?

In addition to the one-dimensional versus two-dimensional distinction, there is another way to decide if you should use flexbox or grid for a layout. Flexbox works from the content out. An ideal use case for flexbox is when you have a set of items and want to space them out evenly in a container. You let the size of the content decide how much individual space each item takes up. If the items wrap onto a new line, they will work out their spacing based on their size and the available space on that line.

Grid works from the layout in. When you use CSS Grid Layout you create a layout and then you place items into it, or you allow the auto-placement rules to place the items into the grid cells according to that strict grid. It is possible to create tracks that respond to the size of the content, however, they will also change the entire track.

If you are using flexbox and find yourself disabling some of the flexibility, you probably need to use CSS Grid Layout. An example would be if you are setting a percentage width on a flex item to make it line up with other items in a row above. In that case, a grid is likely to be a better choice.

Box alignment

The feature of flexbox that was most exciting to many of us was that it gave us proper alignment control for the first time. It made it easy to center a box on the page. Flex items can stretch to the height of the flex container, meaning that equal height columns were possible. These were things we have wanted to do for a very long time, and have come up with all kinds of hacks to accomplish, at least visually.

The alignment properties from the flexbox specification have been added to a new specification called Box Alignment Level 3. This means that they can be used in other specifications, including Grid Layout. In the future, they may well apply to other layout methods as well.

In a later guide in this series, I'll be taking a proper look at Box Alignment and how it works in Grid Layout. For now, here is a comparison between simple examples of flexbox and grid.

In the first example, which uses flexbox, I have a container with three items inside. The wrapper min-height is set, so it defines the height of the flex container. I have set align-items on the flex container to flex-end so the items will line up at the end of the flex container. I have also set the align-self property on box1 so it will override the default and stretch to the height of the container and on box2 so it aligns to the start of the flex container.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box1">One</div> <div class="box2">Two</div> <div class="box3">Three</div></div>
.wrapper { display: flex; align-items: flex-end; min-height: 200px;}.box1 { align-self: stretch;}.box2 { align-self: flex-start;}

Alignment in CSS Grids

This second example uses a grid to create the same layout. This time we are using the box alignment properties as they apply to a grid layout. So we align to start and end rather than flex-start and flex-end. In the case of a grid layout, we are aligning the items inside their grid area. In this case that is a single grid cell, but it could be an area made up of several grid cells.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box1">One</div> <div class="box2">Two</div> <div class="box3">Three</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr); align-items: end; grid-auto-rows: 200px;}.box1 { align-self: stretch;}.box2 { align-self: start;}
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The fr unit and flex-basis

We have already seen how the fr unit works to assign a proportion of available space in the grid container to our grid tracks. The fr unit, when combined with the minmax() function can give us very similar behavior to the flex properties in flexbox while still enabling the creation of a layout in two dimensions.

If we look back at the example where I demonstrated the difference between one and two-dimensional layouts, you can see there is a difference between the way that the two layouts work responsively. With the flex layout, if we drag our window wider and smaller, the flexbox does a nice job of adjusting the number of items in each row according to the available space. If we have a lot of space all five items can fit on one row. If we have a very narrow container we may only have space for one.

In comparison, the grid version always has three column tracks. The tracks themselves will grow and shrink, but there are always three since we asked for three when defining our grid.

Auto-filling grid tracks

We can use grid to create a similar effect to flexbox, while still keeping the content arranged in strict rows and columns, by creating our track listing using repeat notation and the auto-fill and auto-fit properties.

In this next example, I have used the auto-fill keyword in place of an integer in the repeat notation and set the track listing to 200 pixels. This means that grid will create as many 200 pixels column tracks as will fit in the container.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fill, 200px);}

A flexible number of tracks

This isn't quite the same as flexbox. In the flexbox example, the items are larger than the 200 pixel basis before wrapping. We can achieve the same in grid by combining auto-fit and the minmax() function. In this next example, I create auto filled tracks with minmax. I want my tracks to be a minimum of 200 pixels, so I set the maximum to be 1fr. Once the browser has worked out how many times 200 pixels will fit into the container–also taking account of grid gaps–it will treat the 1fr maximum as an instruction to share out the remaining space between the items.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div>One</div> <div>Two</div> <div>Three</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(auto-fit, minmax(200px, 1fr));}

We now have the ability to create a grid with a flexible number of flexible tracks, but see items laid out on the grid aligned by rows and columns at the same time.

Grid and absolutely positioned elements

Grid interacts with absolutely positioned elements, which can be useful if you want to position an item inside a grid or grid area. The specification defines the behavior when a grid container is a containing block and a parent of the absolutely positioned item.

A grid container as containing block

To make the grid container a containing block you need to add the position property to the container with a value of relative, just as you would make a containing block for any other absolutely positioned items. Once you have done this, if you give a grid item position: absolute it will take as its containing block the grid container or, if the item also has a grid position, the area of the grid it is placed into.

In the below example I have a wrapper containing four child items. Item three is absolutely positioned and also placed on the grid using line-based placement. The grid container has position: relative and so becomes the positioning context of this item.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box1">One</div> <div class="box2">Two</div> <div class="box3"> This block is absolutely positioned. In this example the grid container is the containing block and so the absolute positioning offset values are calculated in from the outer edges of the area it has been placed into. </div> <div class="box4">Four</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(4, 1fr); grid-auto-rows: 200px; gap: 20px; position: relative;}.box3 { grid-column-start: 2; grid-column-end: 4; grid-row-start: 1; grid-row-end: 3; position: absolute; top: 40px; left: 40px;}

You can see that the item is taking the area from grid column line 2 to 4, and starting after line 1. Then it is offset in that area using the top and left properties. However, it has been taken out of flow as is usual for absolutely positioned items and so the auto-placement rules now place items into the same space. The item also doesn't cause the additional row to be created to span to row line 3.

If we remove position: absolute from the rules for .box3 you can see how it would display without the positioning.

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A grid container as parent

If the absolutely positioned child has a grid container as a parent but that container does not create a new positioning context, then it is taken out of flow as in the previous example. The positioning context will be whatever element creates a positioning context as is common to other layout methods. In our case, if we remove position: relative from the wrapper above, positioning context is from the viewport, as shown in this image.

Relationship of grid layout to other layout methods - CSS&colon; Cascading Style Sheets | MDN (1)

Once again the item no longer participates in the grid layout in terms of sizing or when other items are auto-placed.

With a grid area as the parent

If the absolutely positioned item is nested inside a grid area then you can create a positioning context on that area. In the below example we have our grid as before but this time I have nested an item inside .box3 of the grid.

I have given .box3 position relative and then positioned the sub-item with the offset properties. In this case, the positioning context is the grid area.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.wrapper > div { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box1">One</div> <div class="box2">Two</div> <div class="box3"> Three <div class="abspos"> This block is absolutely positioned. In this example the grid area is the containing block and so the absolute positioning offset values are calculated in from the outer edges of the grid area. </div> </div> <div class="box4">Four</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(4, 1fr); grid-auto-rows: 200px; gap: 20px;}.box3 { grid-column-start: 2; grid-column-end: 4; grid-row-start: 1; grid-row-end: 3; position: relative;}.abspos { position: absolute; top: 40px; left: 40px; background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.5); border: 1px solid rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.5); color: #000; padding: 10px;}
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Grid and display: contents

A final interaction with another layout specification that is worth noting is the interaction between CSS Grid Layout and display: contents. The contents value of the display property is a new value that is described in the Display specification as follows:

"The element itself does not generate any boxes, but its children and pseudo-elements still generate boxes as normal. For the purposes of box generation and layout, the element must be treated as if it had been replaced with its children and pseudo-elements in the document tree."

If you set an item to display: contents, the box it would normally create disappears and the boxes of the child elements appear as if they have risen up a level. This means that children of a grid item can become grid items. Sound odd? Here is a simple example.

Grid layout with nested child elements

In the following markup, I have a grid and the first item on the grid is set to span all three column tracks. It contains three nested items. As these items are not direct children, they don't become part of the grid layout and so display using regular block layout.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.box { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}.nested { border: 2px solid #ffec99; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff9db; padding: 1em;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box box1"> <div class="nested">a</div> <div class="nested">b</div> <div class="nested">c</div> </div> <div class="box box2">Two</div> <div class="box box3">Three</div> <div class="box box4">Four</div> <div class="box box5">Five</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr); grid-auto-rows: minmax(100px, auto);}.box1 { grid-column-start: 1; grid-column-end: 4;}

Using display: contents

If I now add display: contents to the rules for box1, the box for that item vanishes and the sub-items now become grid items and lay themselves out using the auto-placement rules.

* { box-sizing: border-box;}.wrapper { border: 2px solid #f76707; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff4e6;}.box { border: 2px solid #ffa94d; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #ffd8a8; padding: 1em; color: #d9480f;}.nested { border: 2px solid #ffec99; border-radius: 5px; background-color: #fff9db; padding: 1em;}
<div class="wrapper"> <div class="box box1"> <div class="nested">a</div> <div class="nested">b</div> <div class="nested">c</div> </div> <div class="box box2">Two</div> <div class="box box3">Three</div> <div class="box box4">Four</div> <div class="box box5">Five</div></div>
.wrapper { display: grid; grid-template-columns: repeat(3, 1fr); grid-auto-rows: minmax(100px, auto);}.box1 { grid-column-start: 1; grid-column-end: 4; display: contents;}

This can be a way to get items nested into the grid to act as if they are part of the grid, and is a way around some of the issues that would be solved by subgrids once they are implemented. You can also use display: contents in a similar way with flexbox to enable nested items to become flex items.

As you can see from this guide, CSS Grid Layout is just one part of your toolkit. Don't be afraid to mix it with other methods of doing layout to get the different effects you need.

See also

  • Flexbox guides
  • Multiple-column layout guides
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FAQs

What does the core concept of grid layout surround? ›

Grid Layout contains features targeted at web application authors. The Grid can be used to achieve many different layouts. It excels at dividing up space for major regions of an application, or defining the relationship in terms of size, position, and layer between parts of a control built from HTML primitives.

Can CSS grids and flexbox layouts can be used on an element at the same time? ›

You can combine them by using a Flexbox container inside a CSS Grid container. Note, however, that you cannot use a CSS Grid Container inside a Flexbox container.

What are the main differences between flexbox and grid layout? ›

The basic difference between CSS Grid Layout and CSS Flexbox Layout is that flexbox was designed for layout in one dimension - either a row or a column. Grid was designed for two-dimensional layout - rows, and columns at the same time.

What are the features of grid layout? ›

CSS grid layout has the following features:
  • Fixed and flexible track sizes. You can create a grid with fixed track sizes – using pixels for example. ...
  • Item placement. ...
  • Creation of additional tracks to hold content. ...
  • Alignment control. ...
  • Control of overlapping content.
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Which of these best describe grid layout? ›

Which of the following options best describes GridLayout? The container is divided into equal-sized rectangles, and one component is placed in each rectangle.

Can flex and grid be used together? ›

CSS Grid Browser Support

For example, Flexbox is used for smaller components, while CSS Grid is used for larger layouts. Therefore, in order to make the most of them, developers can choose to combine these two for better results and flexible layouts.

What is the difference between CSS Grid and positioning? ›

Grid:CSS Grid Layout, is a two-dimensional grid-based layout system with rows and columns, making it easier to design web pages without having to use floats and positioning. Like tables, grid layout allow us to align elements into columns and rows.
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PropertyGridFlexbox
DimensionTwo – DimensionalOne – Dimensional
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What are three types of layouts CSS? ›

CSS layout types: Fixed, Elastic, and Fluid.

What are the two components of a grid system differentiate between them? ›

Grid systems include two key components: rows and columns. Rows are used to accommodate the columns. Columns make up the final structure and contain the actual content. Some grid systems will additionally include containers, which serve as wrappers for the layout.

What is the difference between grid and table? ›

In its most basic form, a data grid could be seen as a table - data represented in rows and columns. Differences start already at basic functionality, like scrolling. While a table would not offer much more than a sticky header, usually showing the column definitions, the data grid can be much more sophisticated.

Which of the following properties are of a grid container? ›

The grid-template-columns property defines the number of columns in your grid layout, and it can define the width of each column. The value is a space-separated-list, where each value defines the width of the respective column.

What does grid mean? ›

/ɡrɪd/ a pattern of horizontal and vertical lines that cross each other to make a set of squares. A grid is also a system of wires through which electricity is connected to different parts of a region: a power grid.

What is grid-template-columns? ›

The grid-template-columns property specifies the number (and the widths) of columns in a grid layout. The values are a space separated list, where each value specifies the size of the respective column.

How do you specify the number of columns in a CSS Grid? ›

To specify the number of columns of the grid and the widths of each column, the CSS property grid-template-columns is used on the grid container. The number of width values determines the number of columns and each width value can be either in pixels( px ) or percentages(%).

What is the main purpose of a grid? ›

The grid system helps align page elements based on sequenced columns and rows. We use this column-based structure to place text, images, and functions in a consistent way throughout the design. Every element has its place that we can see instantly and reproduce elsewhere. Consider the grids we find in maps.

What is the importance of grid? ›

The grid system is an important feature of maps. It helps in locating places on the surface of the earth. For example if you wanted to locate a place you would look for its latitude and longtitude. The location of the place would be at the intersection of its latitude and longitude.

What is the uses of grid? ›

Grids have so many uses, from helping to align and balance your designs, to helping you achieve cool effects like diagonal typography. They're really so much more than just some lines on a page, they structure, guide, and shape your design in a way that helps you to achieve your desired end result.

What is the use of grid layout manager? ›

GridLayoutManager is used for displaying the data items in grid format and we can easily define the orientation for the items. In Simple words we can say that we use the GridLayoutManager for displaying RecyclerView as a GridView.

Which method is used to find out the number of rows in the grid layout? ›

int getRows(): Similar to getColumns() method, we can use it to get the number of rows present in the grid layout.

Which method is used to know number of columns in the grid layout Mcq? ›

setColumns(int cl): Sets the number of columns in this layout to the specified value.

Is CSS Grid supported by all browsers? ›

The supporting browsers

Other than in Internet Explorer, CSS Grid Layout is unprefixed in Safari, Chrome, Opera, Firefox and Edge. Support for all the properties and values detailed in these guides is interoperable across browsers.

How do you make a grid flexbox? ›

We'll first create a div with a class of row. Inside our row we'll create another div and give it a

What is a two-dimensional layout? ›

The two-dimensional Grid

CSS Grid aligns items in columns and rows, allowing developers to easily control the rendering and appearance of large layouts and whole pages meant for the desktop, tablet, and smartphone displays. Items are placed inside the cells defined by the grid.

What is the difference between grid and inline grid? ›

The difference between the values inline-grid and grid is that the inline-grid will make the element inline while grid will make it a block-level element.

Is grid multi dimensional layout? ›

CSS Grid is a two-dimensional layout system that is aimed towards control of larger layouts, such as whole page layouts. Similar to tables, it allows for items to be aligned in columns and rows.

What are the different types of CSS layouts? ›

Introduction to CSS layout
  • Normal flow.
  • The display property.
  • Flexbox.
  • Grid.
  • Floats.
  • Positioning.
  • Table layout.
  • Multiple-column layout.
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What are three types of layouts? ›

There are mainly three types of layout: 1. Product or Line Layout 2. Process Layout 3. Combination of Product and Line Layouts.

Is grid a CSS layout? ›

CSS Grid Layout excels at dividing a page into major regions or defining the relationship in terms of size, position, and layer, between parts of a control built from HTML primitives. Like tables, grid layout enables an author to align elements into columns and rows.

What are layout features? ›

Layout features include bold text, underlining, various fonts and uppercase/capitals. Typical layout features vary according to the kind of text. Longer texts, like novels, reports or text books, are usually broken down into chapters and sections to help you cope with the information.

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What is grid based layout? ›

Grid Basics

A grid is the division of a layout with vertical and/or horizontal guidelines to incorporate margins, spaces and columns in order to provide a framework for organizing content. Grids are traditionally found in print work but are very applicable to web design.

What is the purpose of a grid? ›

What's the Purpose of a Grid? A grid, at least in design, is an organizational structure for arranging graphic elements, such as paragraphs, images, infographics, on a two-dimensional surface.

What is the purpose of a using a grid system? ›

The grid system helps align page elements based on sequenced columns and rows. We use this column-based structure to place text, images, and functions in a consistent way throughout the design. Every element has its place that we can see instantly and reproduce elsewhere.

What is the purpose of a structural grid? ›

The Grid Line tool creates a snappable grid of reference lines that can be used for proper alignment of columns, walls, and other drawing elements. Structural grids consist of one or more grid sequences. Grid sequences, in turn, consist of multiple individual grid lines that use the same label system.

What are the types of grid? ›

There are four main types of grids in design. They are manuscript, column, modular and hierarchical grids. Manuscript grids. The simplest grid, where text is placed in one column, like on the book page.

How do you design a grid layout? ›

5 top tips for using a grid
  1. Plan how the grid relates to its container. ...
  2. Don't just design with a grid-design the grid. ...
  3. Always begin and end elements in a grid field-not in the gutter. ...
  4. Don't forget about baseline alignment. ...
  5. For web and UI design, consider using a system like the 8px grid.
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What is called a grid? ›

/ɡrɪd/ a pattern of horizontal and vertical lines that cross each other to make a set of squares. A grid is also a system of wires through which electricity is connected to different parts of a region: a power grid.

What is grid format? ›

A grid is a raster data storage format native to Esri. There are two types of grids: integer and floating point. Use integer grids to represent discrete data and floating-point grids to represent continuous data. Learn more about discrete and continuous data.

What are the advantages of grid system? ›

Reduced energy losses and more efficient electrical generation. Reduced transmission congestion, leading to more efficient electricity markets. Improved power quality. Reduced environmental impact.

How many types of grid systems are there? ›

Four types of grid layouts can help you establish a well-balanced landing page. Use Block, Multicolumn, Modular, and Baseline grids to create a visual hierarchy on your page, and you are guaranteed to increase your conversions.

What are the two components of a grid system? ›

Grid systems include two key components: rows and columns. Rows are used to accommodate the columns. Columns make up the final structure and contain the actual content. Some grid systems will additionally include containers, which serve as wrappers for the layout.

What are types of grid according the movement mechanism? ›

Two Types of Grid According to Movement

1. Stationary Grid- place in a stationary position or it does not move during exposure and are used usually in a mobile radiography. Diaphragm or Bucky Grid. Grid lines- are the images made when the primary x-rays are absorbed in the grid lines.

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