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    Roger Johansson of 456 Berea St wrote a post about coding a Full-Width Justified Vertically Centered Navbar. He came up with two ways to do it, but if he made the nav from a semantic list, he needed a jQuery script to get it to work correctly.
    does anyone know a CSS-only solution?


    I doubt that there is another solution otherwise he would have covered it seen as it was only posted a few days ago, but I may be wrong?

    In my opinion, I don’t think that the second solution is a problem; it works right?
    Anyone reading the HTML would see it’s navigation because it is wrapped in <nav>.

    If it was me, I would just go for the CSS only method because keeping JS to a minimum in most cases makes for a faster page.

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