We'll use flex to take two elements that have a default display value of "block" (each renders in its own line) and display them in columns.
Instructor: 0:00 We're going to put these paragraphs into columns instead of having them show one on top of the other like this. The first thing we're going to do is add a div class flex-row and surround both of our paragraph tags with that.
0:11 Then we'll move over to the styles.css. We'll create the flex-row class. We'll just have that contain display flex.
0:22 Refresh our browser. Now you can see the paragraph tags each take up their own columns.
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