Text Align – CSS

title: Text Align

Text Align

This CSS property describes the horizontal alignment of inline content in its parent block element. text-align does not control the alignment of block elements, it affects only their inline content.

CSS Syntax

text-align: value;

value : left|right|center|justify|initial|inherit


The text-align property is specified as a single keyword chosen from the list of values below:

text-align: left; aligns the text to the left

text-align: right; aligns the text to the right

text-align: center; aligns the text to the center

text-align: justify; makes the lines the same width

text-align: justify-all; makes the lines the same width, including the last one

text-align: start; aligns the last line at the beginning of the line

text-align: end; aligns the last line at the end of the line

text-align: match-parent; calculate the values start and end to the parent’s direction and replaced by the appropriate left or right value.

Block Alignment Values (non-standard syntax):

text-align: -moz-center;

text-align: -webkit-center;

Global Values:

text-align: inherit; inherits from its parent element

text-align: initial; default value

text-align: unset; applies either the inherit or the initial value, depending on the default properties of the element

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