The flex-grow property in CSS defines the ability of a flex item to grow and take up unused space within a flex container.
Set the flex-grow property to 1 (the default value):
Set the flex-grow property to 2:
Set the flex-grow property to 0:
|A non-negative number that defines the ability of a flex item to grow and take up unused space within a flex container. The default value is 1. A value of 0 means the flex item will not grow.
|Use the default value defined by the browser.
|Use the value of the parent element.
- Consider using the flex-grow property in conjunction with other flexbox properties such as flex-shrink and flex-basis to control the size of flex items.
- Make sure to provide a meaningful fallback for browsers that do not support the flex-grow property.
- Keep in mind that the value of flex-grow affects the size of flex items along the main axis of the flex container.
- Use the flex-grow property in combination with media queries to create responsive designs that adjust to different screen sizes.
- Be mindful of the relationship between flex-grow and other flexbox properties like flex-basis and flex-shrink.