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I'm fairly comfortable working with HTML and CSS and I'm attempting to build an online store. Ideally, I would like to have the products arrayed using images as links with 3 pictures per row. I can get three pictures in a row using float and display but when I change the size of the browser that changes the way the pictures are displayed. I also tried using float right and left for two of the pictures, but that does not get the desired effect as it leaves a large gap in the middle. I was researching a bit on the web and i'm not sure if CSS is the best programing language to create the desired effect. Should I be using CSS or Javascript specifically JQuery and if CSS is the way to go, how can I create the effect I want?
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