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    Please check the working example, if you inspect the nav tag, it exceeds 5 px from container height. Where this 5px come from?, i know how to fix them, but just dont know why they exist at all.

    Can someone give me a explanation, so i can better understand this case.
    Been searching around, but cant find good information about this.

    Btw, my fix was to add height: 100%; on nav class.


    I confess, I’m not entirely sure but you have line height of 40px on the div.Navbar-Profile.

    If you remove that and put in the anchor tags (which, is really where it should be) the problem is resolved.


    Nice, its a better solution than mine, no extra style lines. :).
    But why does the anchor tags do that? Messing around with the container height?

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