.fullCard position

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having trouble positioning fullCard, I have 3 in column. I want them in a row. So far vi have this

.fullCard {
    width: 245px;
    height: 320px;
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    border-radius: 5px;
    margin: 10px 5px;
    padding: 4px;

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the project requires 3 horizontal boxes/cards or containers, I am doubting if I should use the container option as class and grid-template-row: because all f the information I have to include the card. I used .fullCard as class, I have the 3 cards almost as I want to but I can position them in row, they are on a column.

I am pretty new on this, I would like to find a section, a video could work even better, that explain what is the difference among fullCard, container, grid, or box.

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Is my browser the right one?

Which browser are you using? Chrome is pretty dependable.

can you see my work on Codepen?

I don’t see a link to a pen.

Does it help if I post screenshot of the matter inquired?

Don’t post a screenshot of code. If there is some visual issue with the appearance that you think can’t be conveyed verbally, then an image might be good.

I am pretty new on this

We were all there once.

I would like to find a section, a video could work even better, that explain what is the difference among fullCard, container, grid, or box.

Is there some specific library you are using? As far as I know, those are fairly generic terms and don’t have fixed meanings. A card is just a small section in the UI, usually you have more that one - they often have a raised feel with a shadow and appear “above” the rest of the data, like a paper card resting on the screen. A container can mean different things, but generally it contains or wraps something else. A grid is just a lattice of elements (maybe cards or boxes). And a box is just a rectangular enclosure - it may be roughly the same as a card, but to me a card is more subtle whereas a box is more angular, more brutalist.

Those are subjective and please don’t assume that I’m an expert on what those mean. But again, I don’t think there is some standard definition.