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    iwant2learn
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    Hi , everybody , I need help about this

    #123903

    wolfcry911
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    I see a logo image and 3 lists…

    start a [pen](http://codepen.io “”) and we’ll help you out

    #123907

    Hugo Giraudel
    Participant

    To strictly answer your question: with HTML and CSS, it’s probably a piece of cake.

    #123929

    You can use CSS tables. Set the container to “display: table” and the columns to “display: table-cell”. That way they’ll never wrap, and you can specify a width for one or more of them.

    If for whatever reason you’re against CSS tables (remember, they’re not the same as HTML tables), you could use floats or inline-blocks as well. There are tons of ways to do it.

    #123930

    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    When something looks like a list of links….it probably is and that’s the easiest way to deal with it.

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