As part of the comiCSS webcomic, today I coded a cartoon about FlexBox and the values of justify-content:
I was trying to do something different and explain the concept in a fun way, illustrating the main options for
flext-start: pack items at the beginning (by default, the left side).
flex-end: pack the items at the end (right side).
center: pack the items in the center.
space-evenly: all items will have the same space around them (even with the start and end of the container.)
space-around: the space between objects is the same, and the area at the beginning and end of the container will be half of that space.
space-between: the distance between all items is equal, with the first and last item touching the container edges.
There are more options for
end, and different combinations with
unsafe.) But I had to keep the cartoon short and straightforward, plus they wouldn’t be much different from some of the others.
Also, the comic strip assumes the default
row. If we changed the value to
column, the cartoon character would look more like a Picasso 😅
Next grid... maybe?
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That comiCSS idea is just brilliant. Bravo 👏