Do not use. This property has been replaced by the flex-wrap property.
Gets or sets a value that specifies whether child elements wrap onto multiple lines or columns based on the space available in the object.
All child elements are displayed in a single row or column. The overflow property of the object determines whether the child elements are hidden, clipped, or scrollable.
- Child elements are wrapped and displayed in successive, parallel rows or columns. The object expands in height or width, perpendicular to the axis defined by the -ms-box-orient property, to accommodate the additional rows or columns.
Each child element is resized to its minimum width or height before the object is resized to accomodate additional rows or columns. Each successive rows is inserted below the previous row when -box-direction is set to
normal or above the previous row when box-direction is set to
reverse. Each successive column is inserted to the right of the previous column when -box-direction is set to
normal or to the left of the previous column when -ms-box-direction is set to
- Flexible Box Layout Module
- W3C Working Draft (Obsolete)
Microsoft Developer Network: [Windows Internet Explorer API reference Article]