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-moz-column-span: all; – completely ignored?

-moz-column-span: all; – completely ignored?

Problem

Testing in various versions of Firefox new and old it seems that column-span in CSS3 is ignored completely?

Even the simple demo on quirksmode fails in firefox:

http://www.quirksmode.org/css/multicolumn.html

Has this ever worked? I'm having trouble finding anything related online. Surely it should work if there is a prefix for the rule (-moz-column-span)

Am I missing something?

Thanks!

Problem courtesy of: Graham

Solution

Here is your reference. Column Span

-moz is only the Firefox prefix. So you will need use the webkit and regular declaration also.

It should look something like this.

.pullquote {
     -moz-column-span: 2;
     -webkit-column-span: 2;
     column-span: 2;
}

Single Column is not the worst thing as a fallback, but IE user's might not be super into this. Can I Use?

Solution courtesy of: Wesley Terry

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