Control the layout of flex containers with alignment, justification and more with responsive flexbox utilities.

Enabling flexbox

Using display utilities you can turn any element into a flexbox container transforming direct children elements into flex items. Using additional flex property utilities, you can customize their interaction even further.

You can also customize flex utilities to apply based upon various breakpoints.

  • .d-flex
  • .d-inline-flex
  • .d-sm-flex
  • .d-sm-inline-flex
  • .d-md-flex
  • .d-md-inline-flex
  • .d-lg-flex
  • .d-lg-inline-flex
  • .d-xl-flex
  • .d-xl-inline-flex

Flex direction

By default, d-flex applies flex-direction: row and can generally be omitted. However, there may be situations where you need to explicitly define it.

The flex-column and flex-column-reverse utility classes can be used to change the orientation of the flexbox container. Keep in mind that IE11 and Safari may have issues with the column direction.

There are also responsive variations for flex-direction.

  • .flex-row
  • .flex-row-reverse
  • .flex-column
  • .flex-column-reverse
  • .flex-sm-row
  • .flex-sm-row-reverse
  • .flex-sm-column
  • .flex-sm-column-reverse
  • .flex-md-row
  • .flex-md-row-reverse
  • .flex-md-column
  • .flex-md-column-reverse
  • .flex-lg-row
  • .flex-lg-row-reverse
  • .flex-lg-column
  • .flex-lg-column-reverse
  • .flex-xl-row
  • .flex-xl-row-reverse
  • .flex-xl-column
  • .flex-xl-column-reverse

Flex justify

The justify-content flex setting can be changed using the flex justify classes. This by default will modify the flexbox items on the x-axis but is reversed when using flex-direction: column, modifying the y-axis. Choose from start (browser default), end, center, between, or around.

There are also responsive variations for justify-content.

  • .justify-start
  • .justify-end
  • .justify-center
  • .justify-space-between
  • .justify-space-around
  • .justify-sm-start
  • .justify-sm-end
  • .justify-sm-center
  • .justify-sm-space-between
  • .justify-sm-space-around
  • .justify-md-start
  • .justify-md-end
  • .justify-md-center
  • .justify-md-space-between
  • .justify-md-space-around
  • .justify-lg-start
  • .justify-lg-end
  • .justify-lg-center
  • .justify-lg-space-between
  • .justify-lg-space-around
  • .justify-xl-start
  • .justify-xl-end
  • .justify-xl-center
  • .justify-xl-space-between
  • .justify-xl-space-around

Flex align

The align-items flex setting can be changed using the flex align classes. This by default will modify the flexbox items on the y-axis but is reversed when using flex-direction: column, modifying the x-axis. Choose from start, end, center, baseline, or stretch (browser default).

There are also responsive variations for align-items.

  • .align-start
  • .align-end
  • .align-center
  • .align-baseline
  • .align-stretch
  • .align-sm-start
  • .align-sm-end
  • .align-sm-center
  • .align-sm-baseline
  • .align-sm-stretch
  • .align-md-start
  • .align-md-end
  • .align-md-center
  • .align-md-baseline
  • .align-md-stretch
  • .align-lg-start
  • .align-lg-end
  • .align-lg-center
  • .align-lg-baseline
  • .align-lg-stretch
  • .align-xl-start
  • .align-xl-end
  • .align-xl-center
  • .align-xl-baseline
  • .align-xl-stretch

Flex align self

The align-self flex setting can be changed using the flex align-self classes. This by default will modify the flexbox items on the x-axis but is reversed when using flex-direction: column, modifying the y-axis. Choose from start, end, center, baseline, auto, or stretch (browser default).

There are also responsive variations for align-self-items.

  • .align-self-start
  • .align-self-end
  • .align-self-center
  • .align-self-baseline
  • .align-self-auto
  • .align-self-stretch
  • .align-self-sm-start
  • .align-self-sm-end
  • .align-self-sm-center
  • .align-self-sm-baseline
  • .align-self-sm-auto
  • .align-self-sm-stretch
  • .align-self-md-start
  • .align-self-md-end
  • .align-self-md-center
  • .align-self-md-baseline
  • .align-self-md-auto
  • .align-self-md-stretch
  • .align-self-lg-start
  • .align-self-lg-end
  • .align-self-lg-center
  • .align-self-lg-baseline
  • .align-self-lg-auto
  • .align-self-lg-stretch
  • .align-self-xl-start
  • .align-self-xl-end
  • .align-self-xl-center
  • .align-self-xl-baseline
  • .align-self-xl-auto
  • .align-self-xl-stretch

Auto margins

Using the margin helper classes in a flexbox container, you can control the positioning of flex items on the x-axis or y-axis when using flex-row or flex-column respectively.

Using align-items

Mixing flex-direction: column and align-items, you can utilize .mt-auto and .mb-auto helper classes to adjust flex item positioning.

Flex wrap

By default .d-flex does not provide any wrapping (behaves similarly to flex-wrap: nowrap). This can be modified by applying flex-wrap helper classes in the format flex-{condition} where condition can be nowrap, wrap, or wrap-reverse.

  • .flex-nowrap
  • .flex-wrap
  • .flex-wrap-reverse

These helper classes can also be applied in the format flex-{breakpoint}-{condition} to create more responsive variations based on breakpoints. The following combinations are available:

  • .flex-sm-nowrap
  • .flex-sm-wrap
  • .flex-sm-wrap-reverse
  • .flex-md-nowrap
  • .flex-md-wrap
  • .flex-md-wrap-reverse
  • .flex-lg-nowrap
  • .flex-lg-wrap
  • .flex-lg-wrap-reverse
  • .flex-xl-nowrap
  • .flex-xl-wrap
  • .flex-xl-wrap-reverse

Flex order

You can change the visual order of flex items with the order utilities.

There are also responsive variations for order.

  • .order-first
  • .order-0
  • .order-1
  • .order-2
  • .order-3
  • .order-4
  • .order-5
  • .order-6
  • .order-7
  • .order-8
  • .order-9
  • .order-10
  • .order-11
  • .order-12
  • .order-last
  • .order-sm-first
  • .order-sm-0
  • .order-sm-1
  • .order-sm-2
  • .order-sm-3
  • .order-sm-4
  • .order-sm-5
  • .order-sm-6
  • .order-sm-7
  • .order-sm-8
  • .order-sm-9
  • .order-sm-10
  • .order-sm-11
  • .order-sm-12
  • .order-sm-last
  • .order-md-first
  • .order-md-0
  • .order-md-1
  • .order-md-2
  • .order-md-3
  • .order-md-4
  • .order-md-5
  • .order-md-6
  • .order-md-7
  • .order-md-8
  • .order-md-9
  • .order-md-10
  • .order-md-11
  • .order-md-12
  • .order-md-last
  • .order-lg-first
  • .order-lg-0
  • .order-lg-1
  • .order-lg-2
  • .order-lg-3
  • .order-lg-4
  • .order-lg-5
  • .order-lg-6
  • .order-lg-7
  • .order-lg-8
  • .order-lg-9
  • .order-lg-10
  • .order-lg-11
  • .order-lg-12
  • .order-lg-last
  • .order-lg-first
  • .order-xl-0
  • .order-xl-1
  • .order-xl-2
  • .order-xl-3
  • .order-xl-4
  • .order-xl-5
  • .order-xl-6
  • .order-xl-7
  • .order-xl-8
  • .order-xl-9
  • .order-xl-10
  • .order-xl-11
  • .order-xl-12
  • .order-xl-last

Flex align content

The align-content flex setting can be changed using the flex align-content classes. This by default will modify the flexbox items on the x-axis but is reversed when using flex-direction: column, modifying the y-axis. Choose from start (browser default), end, center, between, around or stretch.

There are also responsive variations for align-content.

  • align-content-start
  • align-content-end
  • align-content-center
  • align-content-space-between
  • align-content-space-around
  • align-content-stretch
  • align-sm-content-start
  • align-sm-content-end
  • align-sm-content-center
  • align-sm-content-space-between
  • align-sm-content-space-around
  • align-sm-content-stretch
  • align-md-content-start
  • align-md-content-end
  • align-md-content-center
  • align-md-content-space-between
  • align-md-content-space-around
  • align-md-content-stretch
  • align-lg-content-start
  • align-lg-content-end
  • align-lg-content-center
  • align-lg-content-space-between
  • align-lg-content-space-around
  • align-lg-content-stretch
  • align-xl-content-start
  • align-xl-content-end
  • align-xl-content-center
  • align-xl-content-space-between
  • align-xl-content-space-around
  • align-xl-content-stretch

Flex grow and shrink

Vuetify has helper classes for applying grow and shrink manually. These can be applied by adding the helper class in the format flex-{condition}-{value}, where condition can be either grow or shrink and value can be either 0 or 1. The condition grow will permit an element to grow to fill available space, whereas shrink will permit an element to shrink down to only the space needs for its contents. However, this will only happen if the element must shrink to fit their container such as a container resize or being effected by a flex-grow-1. The value 0 will prevent the condition from occuring whereas 1 will permit the condition. The following classes are available:

  • flex-grow-0
  • flex-grow-1
  • flex-shrink-0
  • flex-shrink-1

These helper classes can also be applied in the format flex-{breakpoint}-{condition}-{state} to create more responsive variations based on breakpoints. The following combinations are available:

  • flex-sm-grow-0
  • flex-md-grow-0
  • flex-lg-grow-0
  • flex-xl-grow-0
  • flex-sm-grow-1
  • flex-md-grow-1
  • flex-lg-grow-1
  • flex-xl-grow-1
  • flex-sm-shrink-0
  • flex-md-shrink-0
  • flex-lg-shrink-0
  • flex-xl-shrink-0
  • flex-sm-shrink-1
  • flex-md-shrink-1
  • flex-lg-shrink-1
  • flex-xl-shrink-1
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