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A Complete Guide to Flexbox
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Page 87 Second pgh. The default value is row nowrap. It helps distribute extra free space left over when either all the flex items on a line are inflexible, or are flexible but have reached their maximum size.
It also exerts some control over the alignment of items when they overflow the line.
Note that visually the spaces aren't equal, since all the items have equal space on both sides. The first item will have one unit of space against the container edge, but two units of space between the next item because that next item has its own spacing that applies. Think of it as the justify-content version for the cross-axis perpendicular to the main-axis.
Note: this property has no effect when there is only one line of flex items.
However, the order property controls the order in which they appear in the flex container. It accepts a unitless value that serves as a proportion.
It dictates what amount of the available space inside the flex container the item should take up. If all items have flex-grow set to 1, the remaining space in the container will be distributed equally to all children.
If one of the children has a value of 2, the remaining space would take up twice as much space as the others or it will try to, at least. This defines the ability for a flex item to shrink if necessary.
It can be a length e. The auto keyword means "look at my width or height property" which was temporarily done by the main-size keyword until deprecated. The content keyword means "size it based on the item's content" - this keyword isn't well supported yet, so it's hard to test and harder to know what its brethren max-content, min-content, and fit-content do.
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If set to auto, the extra space is distributed based on its flex-grow value. See this graphic. The second and third parameters flex-shrink and flex-basis are optional. Default is 0 1 auto. The short hand sets the other values intelligently.
Please see the align-items explanation to understand the available values.
HTML5: The Missing Manual, 2nd Edition
Examples Let's start with a very very simple example, solving an almost daily problem: perfect centering. It couldn't be any simpler if you use flexbox. So setting a vertical margin of auto will make the item perfectly centered in both axis.
Now let's use some more properties. Consider a list of 6 items, all with a fixed dimensions in a matter of aesthetics but they could be auto-sized. We want them to be evenly and nicely distributed on the horizontal axis so that when we resize the browser, everything is fine without media queries!Your Account. Page 62 Last paragraph.
Perhaps "add the following script references Collect information from visitors more efficiently with HTML5 form elements. In the second sentence, It dictates what amount of the available space inside the flex container the item should take up. Page 14 Final paragraph on the page. Beware, it is not necessarily horizontal; it depends on the flex-direction property see below.
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