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CSS CSS Flexbox Layout Building a Layout with Flexbox Creating a Sticky Footer with Flexbox

Nicholas Wallen
Nicholas Wallen
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Why didn't min-height stretch it on its own?

Guil stated that using min-height: 100vh ensured that the body would take up at least 100% of the Viewport, but doing that on its own did not make any changes. Why?

1 Answer

It's because the flex work one dimension either row or column . If you set 100vh to column won't stretch simple bcz u need to set the flex grow to stretch footer that's you saw guil did . I hope that helps and happy coding