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How to change the look of displaying items of the <struts: checkboxlist >

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In the Struts2 application in the jsp page I have a feild where the user can select what ever option he want , i used struts:checkboxlist like this


<s:checkboxlist name="cust.communityList" label="Are You Inteterested In" cssStyle="width:230px;background-color: #FCFCFC;"
list="{'WebSpere Consultuing','Portal Consulting','SOA/BPM Consulting','Content Management',
'DataPower Consulting','Information Management Services','Application Monitoring','Application Security',
'Migration to WebSphere','Application Testing','WebSphere Version Upgrade','JAM/Panther Consulting','IBM Software Procurement','XMLink/Progressions','Other'}" />


It is working fine . But in the browser it's look is not good , It dispalying the list elements in a row wise one after the other ,then in the next row ....

I wanted to display them ,2 in the first row ,next 2 items in the second row ans so on ...

How can i display the checkboxlist items in that way ?
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This may help.
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Locking this thread as there are at least two others.
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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