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Sorin Chircu16,140 Points
Couldn't we just use for the buttons display:inline-flex and flex-direction:row?
I've seen that we had to change the margins, and to make all the items flex items. Is my option bad?
By changing the button class to display: inline-flex, you're not modifying where it is in relation to the other content, so it wouldn't be down at the bottom of the column. Setting the flex-direction: row is only going to move the text within the button, rather than moving the actual button.
The best thing to do when you have this type of question is to just put it in the .css and see what happens. If you did that, and it looks the same as Guil's, then maybe I misunderstood where you meant to change the properties, and I would need to see your code in order to see what you meant.