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CSS

Arikaturika Tumojenko
Arikaturika Tumojenko
8,897 Points

Order of columns changed after using display: inline-block;

I used "display: inline-block;" to create a 3 column layout and when I did that the order of the columns changed and they appear like: secondary - tertiary - primary.

You can see the code here

Why is this happening if in the HTML the order is secondary-primary-tertiary? Thank you.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

The secondary has a float: left setting, so it will always be the first one on the left. The primary has a float: right setting, it will always be the last one on the right. All the display: inline-block does is to determine if the tertiary will go in between the others or down below.