CSS text-align Property
To position a block of text either to left, right, or center of the page or container element
Definition and Notes.
1. The CSS text-align property is used to control whether the text is aligned to the left or right, center or justified.
2. The default depends upon the user's language, its left if direction is ltr( most lang), its right if direction is rtl (Arabic, Hebrew).
CSS text-align property.
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Code-Editor:Note-The text-align does not control the alignment of blocks, it just controls the alignment of text content
|left||The inline text is aligned to the left edge of the line box.|
|right||The inline text is aligned to the right edge of the line box|
|center||The inline text is placed at the center of the line box.|
|justify||The text gets justified. The left and right edges of the text are lined up towards the left and right edges of the content box(egual spaces at both ends).|
|inherit||The value of text-align property is inherited from the parent element|
|Value||[start | end | left | center | right | justify | match-parent] || <string>|
|Initial Value||left for direction as ltr, and right for direction rtl|
|Applies to||Block-level elements|
|Computed Value||Same as declared value.|