How can I get these to line up next to each other?

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    rick4him
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    At the bottom of this post I listed I’m trying to get those 3 amazon buttons at the bottom of the post to line up next to each other instead of line breaking. Any ideas on how I can do that?

    Thanks.

    http://noahsdad.com/first-sign-language-sentence/
    #68303

    RobG
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    Trying using the Column Classes it should help you line your content up correctly, I’ve posted the column class to line three items up.

    [php]
    <h3>Three-Columns</h3>

    <div class="one-third first">
    ITEM ONE
    </div>

    <div class="one-third">
    ITEM TWO
    </div>

    <div class="one-third">
    ITEM THREE
    </div>

    [/php]


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    #68328

    John
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    Something like:

    
    .entry-content p iframe { float: left; margin: 0 20px 20px; }
    

    John Sundberg | blackhillswebworks.com
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    #68434

    rick4him
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    Post count: 128

    Thanks for your feedback. It looks like you two posted two different methods. Not sure which one is the best way to go. Suggestions?

    #68435

    rick4him
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    I used @RobG‘s method and it looks like all is well. Thanks!

    http://noahsdad.com/first-sign-language-sentence/

    #68438

    RobG
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    Hi Rick glad it work out.


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