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This property specifies the indent in the first line of a block-level element
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where length is a standard length unit (10px), a percentage is a percentage value relative to the enclosing element, and inherit derives the value of the property from some parent element
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This property applies to block elements, table cells, and inline block types The default value is 0, which indicates no indentation
text-transform
This property transforms the case of the affected text
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Syntax
text-transform: capitalize | lowercase | none | uppercase
A value of capitalize will uppercase the initial letter of every space separated word in the element applied to, while lowercase and uppercase will force all affected letters correspondingly A value of none will override any text-transform values that may be inherited, leaving the text as written in the markup
Examples
h1 h1nocap allsmall #bigletters {text-transform: {text-transform: {text-transform: {text-transform: capitalize;} none;} lowercase;} uppercase; font-size: larger;}
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Compatibility
CSS 1, 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 4 (incomplete for Mac), 45+, Firefox 1+ Opera 6+, Safari 1+
Note
The value of none is used to override any inherited text-transform values
This property defines the y (vertical) coordinate for a positioned element, relative to the top of the enclosing object or browser window
Syntax
top: length | percentage | auto | inherit
where length can be specified in the standard units of length, such as inches (in) and so on, but is nearly always set in pixels (px), and percentage corresponds to a percentage of the containing object s dimensions The default value auto lets this property function as placing the object where it normally would fall in the document flow For relative position, this will likely be treated as 0 For absolute and fixed positioning, it will calculate a value based upon other set properties, particularly bottom
Examples
#div1 {position: absolute; left: 100px; top: 150px;} #div2 {position: absolute; left: 50%; top: 30%;} #div3 {position: absolute; left: 10px; bottom: 5px; top: auto;} /* top will evaluate to a position calculated off the bottom position */ #navBar {position: fixed; left: 0; top: 0;}
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 4+, Firefox 1+ Opera 6+, Safari 1+
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Note
Browsers tend to assume pixel measurements if a length unit is not set
unicode-bidi
This property allows the text direction to be overridden to support multiple languages and text flow directions in the same document
Syntax
unicode-bidi: bidi-override | embed | normal| inherit
The value normal uses the standard direction and rendering A value of embed allows a new level of embedding to change direction, while bidi-override allows the direction property to override any predefined direction
Example
<div>I was normal and suddenly <span style="unicode-bidi: embed; direction: rtl; background-color: yellow;">here doing I am What!</span> This is the end of the test</div>
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 6+, Safari 1+
Note
Unicode may limit 61 levels of embedding, so do not nest embed elements deeply
vertical-align
This property sets the vertical positioning of text and images with respect to the baseline setting
Syntax
vertical-align: baseline | bottom | middle | sub | super | text-bottom | text-top | top | percentage | length | inherit
A value of top aligns the top of text or images with the top of the tallest element, relative to the baseline A value of text-top aligns the top of text or images with the top of the font in the containing element, while text-bottom aligns things with the bottom of the font A value of middle aligns the middle of text or images to the middle of the x-height of the containing element A value of bottom aligns the bottom of text or images with the bottom of the lowest element, relative to the baseline The sub and super values provide subscript and superscript style Positive and negative percentages and length values can be used, with positive values raising the text and negative values lowering the text relative to the baseline The default value is baseline, which is also equivalent to 0 or 0%
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CSS Syntax and Property Reference
Examples
p dive climb #bump #lower {vertical-align: {vertical-align: {vertical-align: {vertical-align: {vertical-align: top;} sub;} super;} 10%;} -1em;}
Compatibility
CSS 1, 2, 3 IE 4, 5 (problems), 55+ Netscape 4 (poor support), Netscape 6+, Firefox 1+ Opera 4+, Safari 1+
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Note
Even when properly supported in browsers, vertical alignment changes will potentially bump lines above or below the baseline, causing potentially undesirable formatting changes
visibility
This property determines whether or not an element is visible
Syntax
visibility: collapse | hidden | inherit | visible
Examples
p invisible visible {visibility: inherit;} {visibility: hidden;} {visibility: visible;}
Compatibility
CSS 2, 3 IE 4+ Netscape 4+, Firefox 1+ Opera 4+, Safari 1+
Notes
The default value of inherit specifies that the visibility state is inherited from the containing parent This property is not the same as display: none as it simply makes the item invisible; it does not completely remove it from the display canvas The following example demonstrates this:
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