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CSS

"When you wrap flex items, each new row (or column when working by column) becomes a new flex container."

Is this something new? Ive learned that when you wrap flex items each new row becomes a flex line not flex container.

"... These items are sharing the available space and not lining up underneath the items above. This is because when you wrap flex items, each new row (or column when working by column) becomes a new flex container. Space distribution happens across the row."