Multiple Columns

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Multiple Columns

Most people think that reading on-screen is not very comfortable, but it can be helped if the lines are shortened. Coffeecup's Site Designer has a built-in feature for that, and it is recommended to use the manual way, by going to the 'Multi Column Layout' near the bottom of the Styles pane, if you want to be in full control of gradually increasing the number of columns in sync with a wider viewport.

It is also possible to have an element in the middle of the columns, which is spanning across the width. The second component is showing how that may look.

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