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CSS CSS Layout Techniques Flexbox Layout Flexbox Layout Challenge

Joris Heyndrickx
Joris Heyndrickx
2,939 Points

flexbox Challenge task 4 of 4

"Challenge task 4 of 4 Finally, let's reverse the column order by giving secondary the flexbox property and value that moves it to the beginning of the row."

.secondary { order: 1; }

is not correct? stuck. no code hint. nothing. bummer indeed. :-( sad face

2 Answers

Hi Joris,

the initial value for order is 0 so the secondary column needs to have a lower order number than that in order to be at the beginning.

order: -1;

Joris Heyndrickx
Joris Heyndrickx
2,939 Points

My bad. I looked it up and saw: order: <integer> assumed it could only be a positive integer.