The column-gap property in CSS is used to specify the amount of gap between the columns in which a given text is divided using the column-count property.
- length: This value specifies the length that will set the gap between the columns.
- normal: This is the default value. This value is used to specify a normal gap between the columns.
- initial: This value is used to set the column-gap property to it’s default value.
- inherit: This value tells the column-gap property to inherit the property from its parent.
- HTML | DOM Style columnGap Property
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