The CSS column-gap property sets the gap between columns for block elements which are specified to display as a multi-column element. Currently no browsers support this value (maybe Firefox 4.0 and IE9), but some browsers have their own vendor extensions (see below).


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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