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4 unordered lists for footer in Twitter Bootstrap

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I have a proper setup for a header, a content area and now I am looking to add a footer for the front page.  I would like to have 4 unordered lists for the front page similar to the following sites:

https://kippt.com/

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Question by:VBBRett
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this link defines the html and the CSS and shows a demo:
easy to change to a 4 column footer.

http://thomaslarangeira.com/3-column-footer-with-css/


view the  demo here: http://thomaslarangeira.com/tutorials/examples/3-column-footer/index.html
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Hi Brett,
the example you have given shows a mobile responsive layout based on Bootstrap Framework.
No problem to set up the 4 columns containing your lists if you have set your website in the same way. If not then can you provide a link to your site so we can see the CSS you have used so far.
Determining whether or not your site is responsive or not will profoundly effect the outcome of your question.
Cheers,
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