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Viktor Jančík
Viktor Jančík
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Vertically aligning the .name and .navbar.

Is there any good CSS way to ensure the h1 name (Best City Guide) and the right aligned menu items are perfectly on the same line? Either aligned to the center of each text or at the bottom (like on a single line).

1 Answer

You can use the align-self property with the value of center to vertically align items. The parent elements must be a flex box container (display: flex)