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Get your links in a row

Get your links in a row: CSS Shorts Weekly
Get your links in a row: CSS Shorts Weekly

Do you like the "look" of columns, and want flexibility without all the extra HTML? This video shows you how to style and label rows of links in your webpage, without resorting to table or floating elements. This is something done pretty often, especially for content with multiple references, or blogs and stories with tag and category assignments. The bonus: It keeps the HTML very clean.

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