flickity-as-nav-for - Enable asNavFor for Flickity

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Enables asNavFor option for Flickity, where one gallery is navigation or another.as-nav-for.js is included with the Flickity pkgd.js files. If you are using those, you do not need to install.

https://github.com/desandro/flickity-as-nav-for

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