Chapter 1. CSS

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Regarding the surprising results for the usage of multi-column, my guess is that many of them could actually be column-count: 1 which is used as a display: flow-root fallback for older browsers in rather than actual multi-column layout. It might be interesting to separate that case from pages which actually use multiple columns.

A great analysis Lea and so useful. Many thanks to you and your team for putting in such effort to give us these details.

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