Controversial web development tips

Never use inline-block? Haha. The single digit vertical pixel misalignment is no mistake. It’s a result of the font size of the element’s parent. While I agree that flexbox is now the solution for horizontal alignment, inline-block is still very useful for what it’s actually intended for (vertically-aligning an icon among some text, for example, or making a button only be the width of its content). For what it’s worth though, if you WERE to still use inline-block for what flexbox now solves, you can set font-size: 0 on the parent to get rid of the misalignment you mentioned.

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