The CSS -moz-column-gap Mozilla extension property sets the gap between columns for block elements which are specified to display as a multi-column element. Safari supports the -webkit-column-gap property.


Value Description
normal Default value, depends on the user agent.
<length> Specifies a length value for the space between columns. Values must be positive. Examples of lengths are px, cm, etc.

CSS example:

body {

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