CSS Grid Test: Replica of a Porsche Advertisement


See the CSS Grid Porsche Ad!

This one is pretty simple, but I wanted to test the transform property to achieve the slanted center-line.
To achieve the slant, I used skew — 5 degrees, I think — on both of the colored halves. What that did, though, is cause the other sides to stick out of their respective grids. So, as a hack, I added some additional columns to use as a cover-up for the overdraw. It’s a hack, but it works.
Everything is HTML & CSS. The only image is the car.

See the Pen Porsche Ad Using CSS Grid by Alec (@GrayHulk) on CodePen.

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