Many of them are deprecated. This attribute sets the background color for the document body or table cells. Additional attributes for specifying text color can be used with the BODY element.
The word-spacing property defines an additional amount of space between words. The value must be in the length format; negative values are permitted. The letter-spacing property defines an additional amount of space between characters.
Set the position of div at the bottom of its container can be done using bottom, and position property. Set position value to absolute and bottom value to zero to placed a div at the bottom of container. Position attribute can take multiple values which are listed below:. The position property along with attributes like, left, right, top and bottom, can be used to display appropriate positioning.
The vertical-align CSS property sets vertical alignment of an inline or table-cell box. Note that vertical-align only applies to inline and table-cell elements: you can't use it to vertically align block-level elements. Get the latest and greatest from MDN delivered straight to your inbox.
I have attached my code. How do I keep all the headlines centered when I add other code to it? Should I still keep it as text-align: center?
From our monthly sponsor: monday. Start your free trial. Sometimes the most simple looking little layouts require complicated structures and various styling tricks.
I have used all sorts of unmanageable hacks over the years. Unfortunately there is no float: center option, only left and right. On top of that there is no float:vertical-center. CSS Flexbox has corrected these deficiencies.
One of the best things about CSS is that it gives us the ability to position content and elements on a page in nearly any imaginable way, bringing structure to our designs and helping make content more digestible. There are a few different types of positioning within CSS, and each has its own application. One way to position elements on a page is with the float property.
Line-height and vertical-align are simple CSS properties. So simple that most of us are convinced to fully understand how they work and how to use them. They really are complex, maybe the hardest ones, as they have a major role in the creation of one of the less-known feature of CSS: inline formatting context.