"Imagine the flex items #alpha, #beta, and #gamma are each 100 pixels wide. How many pixels will separate the first flex item from the beginning of the row if its flex container has the following properties?
- display: flex;*
- width: 390px;*
- justify-content: space-around;*
How can I calculate this?
I’ve seen in another similar question on this forum and they indicated this link to an article, but I still couldn’t understand properly.
Is there an explanation question by question from codecademy to the tests applied?
Besides that one, I couldn’t figure out:
*"Imagine there are 60 extra pixels along a major axis and elements #alpha, #beta, and #gamma have the following flex-grow values. How many extra pixels will element #alpha have?
this one too
*"Imagine the flex items #alpha, #beta, and #gamma are each 50 pixels wide. How many pixels will separate each item if their flex container (.my-flex-container) has the following properties?
Can you help me?