Solution 1 :

Be sure to use vender prefixes when necessary. This site checks what works in what browser.

In addition, if you need to know any prefix you can use the following site to help create them.

Problem :

I’m using justify-content: end; and justify-content: start; in my CSS and it works good with Firefox but not with Chrome.

Do you know the reason and what can I use instead of that property?



Comment posted by Temani Afif

it should be flex-start and flex-end

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related (if not a duplicate)

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another one:

Comment posted by Mayur Satav

could you please add your code you have done so far

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The answer is that “end” and “start” is not implemented in Chrome: