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When using justify-content in this example, I don't understand how the h1 element and unordered list created a huge gap
How did the unordered list end up sticking all the way to the right?
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Teacher
Hi there, Kirt Perez! That's what "space-between" does. It pushes everything to the ends. The first element gets pushed all the way to the left and the second element gets pushed all the way to the right. Besides "space-between", there's also "space-around", "space-evenly", "center", and "start". I'd suggest taking a look at the justify-content documentation which has a very good demonstration of all of them
Hope this helps!
I get it now. Appreciate it!