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    In CSS is there a way to keep width always wide enough to keep its child elements?

    I would like something like this

    |— container —|

    |- box -||- box -|




    |- box -||- box -||- box -||- box -|


    Without knowing details, you could use the ‘width’ or ‘min-width’ CSS properties with a fixed unit value on the container. This should stop the container from shrinking/shrinking past a certain point, BUT, there’s a chance that this will break the layout higher up the DOM and/or generate horizontal scrollbars, which might not be what you want.

    To offer more specific help, we’d need to see examples of code in something like

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