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Hey gang, in this final Flexbox tutorial, I’ll be showing you how we can change the display order of our flex items using the order property.

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  1. Question – when do you personally set a property for flex-shrink and when do you not (0)? struggling to work out when you'd use and when you'd leave it as default.

  2. Short and sweet! but man it would've been easier on the brain if you made the classnames something other than a number since the tutorial was about order đŸ˜›

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