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              <div id="container">
  <div class="item grey"></div>
  <div class="item purple"></div>  
  <div class="item orange"></div>
  <div class="item blue"></div>
  display: grid;
  width: 100%;
  height: 350px;
  grid-template-columns: [full-start] 1fr 1fr [full-end];
  grid-template-rows: 100px 1fr 100px;
  grid-gap: 20px;

.purple {
  grid-row: span 2;

.blue {
  grid-column: span 2;
              const container = document.getElementById("container");
const inspector = document.createElement('div');

inspector.setAttribute('style', `
  position: absolute;
  height: ${container.offsetHeight}px;
  width: ${container.offsetWidth}px;
  top: ${container.offsetTop}px;
  left: ${container.offsetLeft}px;
  background: rgba(58, 250, 8, .5);


// get the rows/columns/gaps
const styles = window.getComputedStyle(container);

const rows = styles.getPropertyValue("grid-template-rows");
const columns = styles.getPropertyValue("grid-template-columns");

const rowGap = styles.getPropertyValue("grid-row-gap");
const columnGap = styles.getPropertyValue("grid-column-gap");

// convert the rows and columns into a format we can work with
const columnData = parseGridTemplate(columns, columnGap);
const rowData = parseGridTemplate(rows, rowGap);

console.log("columnData", columnData);
console.log("rowData", rowData);

  Converts a grid template string into an array of grid line objects
  Example input: "[full-start] 300px 300px [full-end]"
  Example outut:
    "start": -1,
    "end": 1,
    "name": "full-start"
    "start": 299,
    "end": 301,
    "name": null,
    "gap": 20
    "start": 619,
    "end": 621,
    "name": "full-end"
function parseGridTemplate(templateStr, gap = "0px") {
  const gapSize = parseFloat(gap.replace("px", ""));

  // splits at and space that isn't between two [ ] brackets
  const parsedArray = templateStr.split(/\s(?![^[]*])/);
  let lines = [];
  let currentPosition = 0;

  // add in any missing names as ""
  // "200px [center-start] 300px [center-end] 400px" becomes:
  // "'' 200px [center-start] 300px [center-end] 400px ''"

  let allItems = [];

  parsedArray.forEach((item, index) => {
    if (item.includes("px")) {
      // add a null name before it if missing
      if (!parsedArray[index - 1] || parsedArray[index - 1].includes("px")) {


  // handle last item
  if (parsedArray[parsedArray.length - 1].includes("px")) {

  allItems.forEach((item, index) => {
    if (item.includes("px")) {
      const trackSize = parseFloat(item.replace("px", ""));
      currentPosition += trackSize;
    } else {
      let newLine = {
        start: currentPosition - 1,
        end: currentPosition + 1,
        name: getName(item)
      // add gaps on just the inner lines
      // and count it for positioning
      if (index !== 0 && index !== allItems.length - 1 && gapSize !== 0) { = gapSize;
        currentPosition += gapSize;


  return lines;

function getName(item) {
  return item.includes("[") ? item.match(/\[(.*)\]/)[1].trim() : null;