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Hi, I have created (or better, my intention was to create) a simple navbar by using W3.CSS framework as follows (see photo and code): 1/12 2/12 2/12 2/12 2/12 1/12 1/12 1/12 | MENU | Message || Username | Password | reCAPTCHA | Login || Register | Language | - I would like the height of the navbar to be self-adjusted; when I remove the "height: 55.5px" from, or set "height: inherit/auto" into, <div id="login"> the navbar's height takes the value of 2px and the buttons remain on the air! * What am I doing wrong? * How can I make the highest height of existing elements to inherit its value to the navbar's height? * Does "g-recaptcha" element play any role? I would like the navbar to behave responsively as follows: 2/12 2/12 4/12 4/12 or 3/12 3/12 3/12 3/12 | MENU | Message || Username | Password | | Username | Password | reCAPTCHA | Login | | Register | Language || reCAPTCHA | Login | | Register | Language | | MENU | and finally: 6/12 6/12 | Login | Register | | Menu | Language | How can I make the navbar to get wrapped and elements appear in a second row, by using only existing W3.CSS elements? Please, just give hints and advices. Thanks in advance. login_bar.html