Author: David Storey
All-rounder with a passion for the Open Web. W3C CSS WG member. Previously at Motorola and Opera. Ex-CERN, ex-Opera, ex-CSS3.info.
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Flexible box layout (or flexbox) is a new box model optimized for UI layout. As one of the first CSS modules designed for actual layout (floats were really meant mostly for things such as wrapping text around images), it makes a lot of tasks much easier, or even possible at all.
Flexbox’s repertoire includes the simple centering of elements (both horizontally and vertically), the expansion and contraction of elements to fill available space, and source-code independent layout, among others abilities.Read more...
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