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What was the point of the .nav rule in main.css?
I was trying to understand how the justify-content was being used in the code but completely commenting out the rule seems to not change anything in the navigation section.
Hey Kirt Perez,
I played around with the css a bit and found where this rule is taking affect. If you look at the media query for 640px, you'll notice the flex direction is changed from column to row. So, at 640px the justify-content: space-around rule and flex: 1 rule are being applied. To avoid these kind of issues, if I were coding this myself, I would have put those rules inside the media query. I'm not sure if there is a reason it was done this way, but the results are the same, if a bit more confusing.
Hope this helps. Happy coding!