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I currently made 3 "Link Blocks" and added them as widgets to my footer. The CSS was messed up and the block were NOT side by side aligned. Then, I added "display:flex" to ".links" div class. Now the Footer looks great and is side by side (not in mobile tho).

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The Problem now is, there are multiple div classes called ".links", so they also have the css property "display:flex". This messes up some things like the image down below.

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If someone could help me with this problem, I would be very very happy!

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  • Is there a parent container for the footer? then you could simply add a css line (i.e.) div.footer .links { display: flex; } to the css file, then it will be only applied to the links in the footer.
    – Robin
    Nov 18, 2016 at 12:00

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I encountered this same problem in magento 2.1.0, I simply changed the css and it worked: .footer.content .links{display:flex;}

Also, I gave the class=footerlinks to the unordered list created in each block and added the css .footer.links {display: block !important;}

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