The motive of this article is to align the content into four columns where the first two columns denote the labels and its content and the last two columns denote the labels and its content. The class “row” and “col” are used to create a grid which can be represented by a number of rows and columns. The class “row” creates a row into which the content will be placed and the class “col” creates partitions in that row making space for 4 labels or 4 items to be placed in that row.
This example uses Bootstrap to create four columns where the first two columns represent the labels and its content and the last two columns represent the labels and its content.
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