I just finished the flexbox lessons and have these 2 corrections to make:
- In the CSS Flexbox: Align Elements Using the justify-content Property lesson,
space-between is explained as follows:
aligns items to the center of the main axis, with extra space placed between the items.
I think this is not a correct explanation since the items are aligned to the edges rather than the center in a situation where there is an even number of items. It happens to be in a situation where there is an odd number of items that the middle item will be aligned to the center.
CSS Flexbox: Use the flex Shorthand Property lesson, it states:
Give #box-1 the values so its flex-grow is 2, its flex-shrink is 2, and its flex-basis is 150px. Give #box-2 the values so its flex-grow is 1, its flex-shrink is 1, and its flex-basis is 150px.
These values will cause #box-1 to be twice the size of #box-2 when the container is greater than 300px and half the size of #box-2 when the container is less than 300px.
This is incorrect since #box-1 will only grow and shrink at twice the rate. I found this forum post discussing this mistake.
Also, I cannot figure out the goal of setting
display: flex on the
h4 elements in the tweet embed examples.