An Almost Complete Guide to CSS3 Multi-column Layouts

One of the defining features of print design is the ubiquity of multi-column layouts. And there are a couple of good reasons why this is the case. First of all, it’s generally easier to read lines of text between 8 and 12 words long. Second, it’s easier to control the amount of negative space in a layout with columns. For a long time, this was the primary advantage of print but CSS3 makes multi-column layouts possible online and without the need for JavaScript…

Remembering: The CSS3 Multi-Column Layout Module

Because I will not shut up about CSS3, this time I’ve decided to show you a little bit of the multi-column layout module. This module allows you to layout the content of an element in multiple columns, like flowing text on a newspaper-type layout…