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Amandeep Pasricha14,932 Points
Why does the third column stay on its own line, while the two columns are able to float together?
Hi, I just wanted to know the logic of why the two columns were able to stay inline together, while the third columns stayed below when you applied float left. In this example, both were 50%. But what if you set the width to something even smaller, could all three columns technically go to the same line?
Steven Parker225,770 Points
As long as the total width of all the floats is less 100% or less, they should all appear on the same line.