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Yo ninjas, in this CSS fexbox tutorial, we’ll take a look at the axis of our flex items by using the flex-flow property. The flex-flow property can either take a row or column value, which determines the direction of our main axis.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. There are 'teachers' on udemy and other such platforms, charging money for this stuff who don't explain it as well as you do.
    Many Thanks for your help. It's much appreciated.

  2. At minute 1:36 the boxes are not block elements. They are just Flex Items. They take up all space available because, by default, align-items property is "stretch" and when ordered in columns, they strech the full width.

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