The columns-width property in CSS is used to define the width of the columns. The minimum number of columns are require to show the content across the element. It is a flexible property. If the browser cannot fit at least two-columns at given column-width then the two columns will put into a single column.
The column-width property specifies the column width.
The number of columns will be the minimum number of columns needed to show all the content across the element.
column-width is a flexible property. Think of column-width as a minimum width suggestion for the browser. Once the browser cannot fit at least two columns at your specified width then the columns will stop and drop into a single column.
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by column-rule-color Property are listed below;