I was working on some code and ran into a bit of a problem.
For some background information: I’m new to HTML and to get better acquainted with it, I decided to work on a small website. On one of my webpages, I wanted to have a list of U.S. states, with each state being a clickable link that takes the user to the page for that state.
I want the links to be in multiple columns, not all jumbled up together or in one long column, however I am absolutely puzzled as how to do this. Here’s a picture example of what I’m trying to achieve:
Would I use the table element to break my links up? I tried using the div element but that didn’t give me the results I was looking for. The solution is probably so obvious, but I just cannot figure this out. Any help would be appreciated!
HI @vampire_bunny !
Welcome to the forum!
It would help to see what you have tried so far.
Maybe you can share a codepen link with your attempt.
It would help to see how you were using the div element.
But you could use multiple divs and flexbox to create the result you want.
Thanks for the suggestion!
Here’s the initial way I had used the div element:
And here’s a link to the results (I wasn’t able to insert another picture into the post since I’m a new member. Hopefully the link can be accessed.):
I was going to do this for every link and then somehow split the list into multiple columns so that it’s not just one very long list. However, I feel like there is a much better way to go about doing this than putting a div element in between each link. Again, thank you for your suggestion! I’ll try the div/flexbox method and see how it comes out.
This topic was automatically closed 182 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.