Common Navigation and Layout Design for Mobile and Desktop:30.Masonary Layout

Masonry layout is a grid-based layout commonly used in web design and user interfaces. It involves dynamically arranging elements, such as images or content blocks, in a grid-like structure with varying column widths. Unlike traditional grid layouts with fixed row heights, masonry layout allows elements to be positioned vertically based on their content height, resulting in a visually appealing and flexible design.

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