Flexbox – The CSS Vertical Alignment Issue Solution

Flexbox is one of the most unused CSS modules. It can resolve your vertical alignment issues and a lot more. CSS “hacks” have become the norm in creating complex front-end designs whilst trying to get the content to look right.   Flexbox was first released in 2009 and it’s beginning to be widely supported by all modern browsers (source: caniuse.com). It was included in CSS3 to take care of the broken and missing item alignment, direction and order. One of the best and most common ways of utilising this.

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