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HTML How to Make a Website Responsive Web Design and Testing Build a Three Column Layout

Javier MARQUEZ
Javier MARQUEZ
11,877 Points

Why is the padding of my contact information not respected, now that I have applied the 2 columns format?

I have applied the two columns style to the about page. #primary { width: 50%; float:left; }

#secondary { width:40% float:right; }

For some reason, even though we have not touched the padding on the “a” elements of the contact information. My little icons are messed up. Could you take a look at my code and my webpage?

Thanks.

Why is the padding of my contact information not respected, now that I have applied the 2 columns format?

1 Answer

Javier MARQUEZ
Javier MARQUEZ
11,877 Points

I just fixed the issue by doing this:

#secondary { width:40% margin:0;
float:right; }

Is that a bit weird?