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              <h3>Two Columns with Vertical Line Between Columns  </h3>
<p class="two-column">If you want to make 2-Columns, 3-Columns or more then 3-Columns in a HTML document, it is possible using a CSS property columns which can be used to create and give style to columns. The columns property is a shorthand definition of the number of columns and their widths in a multi-column text flow. It has two values column-count and width, where column-count is a positive integer for the number of columns to flow the text into and width is a positive CSS length defining the width of each column. In this post I am describing the uses of different styles of columns using different column properties in CSS. </p>
<h3>Three Columns with Vertical Line Between Columns </h3>
<p class="three-column">If you want to make 2-Columns, 3-Columns or more then 3-Columns in a HTML document, it is possible using a CSS property columns which can be used to create and give style to columns. The columns property is a shorthand definition of the number of columns and their widths in a multi-column text flow. It has two values column-count and width, where column-count is a positive integer for the number of columns to flow the text into and width is a positive CSS length defining the width of each column. In this post I am describing the uses of different styles of columns using different column properties in CSS. </p>
            
          
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              .two-column {-moz-column-count:2; -webkit-column-count:2; column-count:2;-moz-column-gap:90px; -webkit-column-gap:90px; column-gap:90px;text-align:justify;}

.three-column {-moz-column-count:3; -webkit-column-count:3; column-count:3;-moz-column-gap:8em; -webkit-column-gap:8em; column-gap:8em;text-align:justify;}
            
          
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