Creating a multi-column layout element

As helpful as a wrapping div tag can be, we should start getting a little bigger with our goals. One thing that we run into all the time in the real world of site development is the need to have multi-column elements. With the rise of grid-based design and content-heavy sites, it's getting more popular to start adding two columns into the main content area under a single column article or something similar. Unfortunately, there are a lot of variations on this idea of mixing and nesting multi-column layouts, and it's not always possible or smart to create a template for every possible variation in a limited amount of time. You can easily waste all your time creating templates with a two-column element over ...

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