What does inline-flex mean?

What does inline-flex mean?

Inline-Flex – The inline version of flex allows the element, and it’s children, to have flex properties while still remaining in the regular flow of the document/webpage.

What is the difference between D flex and D Inline-Flex?

The display:inline-flex does not make flex items display inline. It makes the flex container display inline. The main difference between display: flex and display: inline-flex is that display: inline-flex will make the flex container an inline element while it’s content maintains its flexbox properties.

Is Flex supported by IE?

Note also that Internet Explorer 11 supports the modern display: flex specification however it has a number of bugs in the implementation.

What is MS flexbox?

A flex container forms a containing block for its contents (flex items). To create a flex container, apply display to an element and set it to flex or inline-flex: display: flex | inline-flex. Setting display to flex causes an element to behave like a block-level flex container box.

What’s the difference between display and inline flex in CSS?

This causes two or more flex containers one after another, displayed as inline-flex, align themselves side by side on the screen until the whole width of the screen is taken. The display CSS property in fact sets two things at once: the outer display type, and the inner display type.

Is the flex layout based on block or inline flow?

If “regular” layout is based on both block and inline flow directions, the flex layout is based on “flex-flow directions”. Please have a look at this figure from the specification, explaining the main idea behind the flex layout.

How does the CSS property for Flex work?

The flex CSS property sets how a flex item will grow or shrink to fit the space available in its flex container.

Can you put two inline flex containers in the same row?

Basically, you can place two inline flex containers in the same row, if the widths were small enough, without any excess styling to allow them to exist in the same row. This is pretty similar to “inline-block.”