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I am desperately trying to put a h1 element right by the side of a checkbox, and I can't seem to do it.

<div>
    <lightning-input onchange={select} type="checkbox" name={index}></lightning-input>
    <h1>Promo: <span style="font-weight: bold;">{promotion.name}</span></h1>
</div>

I tried changing the display of the checkbox to block, then I tried that with both the h1 and input elements, and then tried with a inline-block display and it didn't do anything. The input takes the whole line and the h1 appears below. How can I achieve this?

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    Would <div style="display:flex;"> do the trick on your div?. Also keep in mind that the label is required, and if you don't want it you may use variant="label-hidden" together with the label Mar 3 at 14:39
  • I'll try that! And i'll add the label, thanks Mar 3 at 14:57
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So, Sergio Alcocer's answer works. adding a display:flex to the div containing the input and the h1 did the trick. Thanks Sergio!

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