It's one of those things waiting in the background to be redone, but I guess it's inevitable at some point.
Not only to use a much simple flex here too, but to sort out the problem of different viewport widths.
Right now if the width is below roughly 1300px, the navbar breaks and looks ugly, under a 1000px it's becoming hard to use.
So I've collected some pure css flex solutions from codepen, check them out when you feel to.
or for a more robust, JS included sample check out microsoft's flexible navbar
These could be used as basis, as we still need to adjust it, make the navbar sticky etc.
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