- masonry.pkgd.min.js minified, or
- masonry.pkgd.js un-minified
Mar 08, 2019 Simple Masonry layouts with CSS Flexbox CSS Flexbox module allows you to layout things more easily. In this post, I’m going to share an easy way to do a masonry layout with Flexbox. I have already posted about CSS-only masonry earlier before; but this one is little bit different from that covering the modern approach. Important: This feature is only implemented in Firefox, and can be enabled by setting the flag layout.css.grid-template-masonry-value.enabled to true, in order to allow testing and providing of feedback. Masonry layout is a layout method where one axis uses a typical strict grid layout, of most often columns, and the other a masonry layout. React-masonry-css Is a React Component with a simple interface to order items into the desired columns at specified breakpoints. With minimal CSS this leads to a quick, reliable solution that also has great browser support along with rendering performance. What does this do.
Link directly to Masonry files on unpkg.
Install with Bower:
bower install masonry --save
Install with npm:
npm install masonry-layout
Include the Masonry
.js file in your site.
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Masonry works on a container grid element with a group of child items.
Masonry Css Grid
All sizing of items is handled by your CSS.
Initialize with jQuery
You can use Masonry as a jQuery plugin:
You can use Masonry with vanilla JS:
newMasonry( elem, options ). The
Masonry() constructor accepts two arguments: the container element and an options object.
Initialize in HTML
data-masonry attribute to the container element. Options can be set in its value.
Options set in HTML must be valid JSON. Keys need to be quoted, for example
'itemSelector':. Note the value of
data-masonry is set with single quotes
', but JSON entities use double-quotes
HTML initialization was previously done with a class of
js-masonry and setting options in
data-masonry-options in Masonry v3. Masonry v4 is backwards compatible with this code.
Learn more about how to use Masonry:
Masonry is released under the MIT License. Have at it.