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Dharmesh Sheth2,547 Points
issue with CSS grids
I want to make this one row and two column rather than two rows. Can some advise me on what grids will be better to use
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James Barnett39,199 Points
Dharmesh Sheth - It looks like you are just starting with the CSS content. Grids can be a little advanced and the techniques that make them work are talked about more in latter course. My suggestion is to work your way through the Learn HTML & CSS learning adventure, then if after you've finished it and you still have questions post them here in forum.
Matt Campbell9,767 Points
Put the left column in a left floated div and the right in a right floated div. one option but there's many out there.
There are dozens of different grid systems and frameworks but some of the more popular include Twitter Bootstrap, Zurb Foundation, Gumby Framework or the classic 960gs (if you want just the grid).