Hmm yeah im thinking it’s gonna have to be scripted up. it’d be like and element gravity tag if it existed. Its just dumb, ive waited literally 6 years for a css solution hah. I tried all kinds of tags, neg margins, whitespace, clears, floats, baseline shift, line heights, positions, all gave nothing :)
Yes true, that’s how I usually do it, but I want something that works across all inlines this time. Its not just for navbar. Consider a tabber box (desc, specs, warranty) on a products page. Or tab buttons across the top of a user account page. Or list of product categories arranged in a mini nav. Actually, any horizontal list at all would use it.
Hmm I guess if it were a perfect CSS world, they’d do reverse wrap order too – ie while collapsing, the first element gets wrapped instead of last element. Think RTL languages, everything gets swapped except nav tab wraps :)
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