I’m having some difficulty creating a 3-column checkbox questionnaire thing at the top of my contact form. I’ve wrapped each label/checkbox with a div and tried to use floats to space them evenly across the form but the text keeps dropping down to the next line. [Here's a link to the problem](http://cdpn.io/vsLng “codepen”). Any help people? Also, not quite sure how to fix the vertical alignment of the left-aligned text with the white input space. Love your thoughts!
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for your posts. I also thought to use inline-block but then the alignment goes awry. What I want is for the three checkboxes to be spread _evenly_ across the page. So that the first checkbox (and label) are left aligned, the second is dead center and the third is hard right. Visually that seems to be the best layout. If I float three divs with text I can get them to look exactly right, but when I wrap the label/checkbox combo the two don’t fit on the same line.. Any more suggestions? what am I doing wrong?
Thanks Pauli_D and georgearnall for helping out. The checkboxes need to stay left of the label so the inline-block solution that georgearnall has suggested looks perfect. I’ll give it a go in my design shortly and let you know how it goes.
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