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KRBVenturesLLC

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  1. The problem is that I'm using a three-column layout, as noted below with the vertical red lines. It renders correctly on full-size (as above). But on mobile, it puts the middle column first (with a weird extra buffer), the first column second, and the third column third. Thanks!
  2. Site URL: https://www.pierrolaw.com/locations Hi everyone, If you visit https://www.pierrolaw.com/locations, you'll notice that CAPITAL REGION and NEW YORK CITY as the top two locations. But, when you go to mobile, it renders the right-most text column first. And there's a bit of a weird text indent. How can I do two columns of data -- styled like this -- that renders CAPITAL REGION, then NEW YORK CITY, etc. on mobile? Thanks! Kyle
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