Display: flex

The most flexible display property in CSS is the aptly named display: flex, which allows you to create flexible layouts with elements that you can align and distribute vertically or horizontally.

The display: flex property enables the flexbox layout mode, allowing you to manipulate elements’ alignment, spacing, and order within a container. It’s a helpful tool for creating complex designs and layouts that adapt well to different screen sizes. 

Flex items try to fit on a single line by default, but you can wrap items into multiple rows with display: flex combined with the flex-wrap property.

Visit Webflow University to learn more about using flexbox and other display settings to create customized, responsive layouts for your webpages.

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