CSS text-justify property

CSS text-justify

CSS text-justify is used to specify, when text being justified (text-align : justify) what type of justification to be used.

Following are the values used in CSS text-justify property,

  • none : It is used to disable justification methods.
  • auto : It is used to specify the browser to determine the justification method.
  • inter-word : It is used to increases/decreases the space between words.
  • inter-character : It is used to increases/decreases the space between character.

Google chrome browser may or may not support text-justify property.

In the below example both the output of the inter-word and inter-character may looks same. But at the closer look you may find the difference by seeing some spaces between words and character.

Example

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