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    CSS3 Provides Column Property to layout the content in form of columns like done in News Papers, Magazines and Books. Column include multiple properties which are as follows.

    1. column-count
    2. column-gap
    3. column-rule
        width: 900px;
        background: #eee;
        text-align: justify;
        border: 1px solid #000;
        padding: 10px 10px;
        -moz-column-count:4; /* Firefox */
        -webkit-column-count:4; /* Safari and Chrome */
        -moz-column-gap:50px; /* Firefox */
        -webkit-column-gap:50px; /* Safari and Chrome */
        -moz-column-rule:4px outset #ddd; /* Firefox */
        -webkit-column-rule:4px outset #ddd; /* Safari and Chrome */
        column-rule:4px outset #ddd;
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