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Flex your columns

Flex your columns: CSS Shorts Weekly
Flex your columns: CSS Shorts Weekly

The Flex property in CSS gives us greater control for creating layouts and they are responsive. This allows us to change the layout for smaller screens. And while the Flex property is still rather new, all modern HTML5 browsers support the property, including some partial support within IE 11. So let's go Flex.

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