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1 CSS CSS, Design, Landing, Layout, Reference, Référence, l10n:priority
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are a stylesheet language used to describe the presentation of a document written in HTML
2 -moz-appearance (-webkit-appearance, appearance) -moz-appearance, -webkit-appearance, CSS, CSS Reference, appearance
The -moz-appearance CSS property is used in Gecko (Firefox) to display an element using a platform-native styling based on the operating system's theme.
3 -moz-binding CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, NeedsUpdate, Non-standard, XBL
The -moz-binding CSS property is used by Mozilla-based applications to attach an XBL binding to a DOM element.
4 -moz-border-bottom-colors CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-bottom-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the bottom border.
5 -moz-border-left-colors CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-left-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the left border.
6 -moz-border-right-colors CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-right-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the right border.
7 -moz-border-top-colors CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-border-top-colors CSS property sets a list of colors for the top border.
8 -moz-box-ordinal-group CSS, CSS Reference, CSS:Mozilla Extensions, Flexible Box, Non-standard
Indicates the ordinal group the element belongs to. Elements with a lower ordinal group are displayed before those with a higher ordinal group.
9 -moz-cell CSS
Don't use this value! Use the cursor value cell instead.
10 -moz-context-properties -moz-context-properties, CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
If you reference an SVG image in a webpage (such as with the <img> element or as a background image), the SVG image can coordinate with the embedding element (its context) to have the image adopt property values set on the embedding element. To do this the embedding element needs to list the properties that are to be made available to the image by listing them as values of the -moz-context-properties property, and the image needs to opt in to using those properties by using values such as the context-fill value.
11 -moz-float-edge CSS, CSS Property, CSS:Mozilla Extensions, Layout, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The non-standard -moz-float-edge CSS property specifies whether the height and width properties of the element include the margin, border, or padding thickness.
12 -moz-force-broken-image-icon CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, Non-standard
-moz-force-broken-image-icon is an extended CSS property. The value 1 forces a broken image icon even if the image has an alt attribute. When the value 0 is used the image will act as usual and only display the alt attribute.
13 -moz-image-rect CSS, CSS Function, CSS Reference, Non-Standard, Non-standard
This value for CSS background-image lets you use a portion of a larger image as a background. This allows you to, for example, use different parts of one larger image as backgrounds in different parts of your content.
14 -moz-image-region CSS, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
For certain XUL elements and pseudo-elements that use an image from the list-style-image property, this property specifies a region of the image that is used in place of the whole image. This allows elements to use different pieces of the same image to improve performance.
15 -moz-orient CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The -moz-orient CSS property specifies the orientation of the element to which it's applied.
16 -moz-outline-radius CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications like Firefox, the -moz-outline-radius CSS property can be used to give outlines rounded corners. An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element stand out.
17 -moz-outline-radius-bottomleft CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The -moz-outline-radius-bottomleft CSS property sets the rounding of the bottom-left corner of the outline within Mozilla applications.
18 -moz-outline-radius-bottomright CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The -moz-outline-radius-bottomright CSS property sets the rounding of the bottom-right corner of the outline within Mozilla applications.
19 -moz-outline-radius-topleft CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The -moz-outline-radius-topleft CSS property sets the rounding of the top-left corner of the outline within Mozilla applications.
20 -moz-outline-radius-topright CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The -moz-outline-radius-topright CSS property sets the rounding of the top-right corner of the outline within Mozilla applications.
21 -moz-stack-sizing CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsLiveSample, Non-standard, XUL
-moz-stack-sizing is an extended CSS property. Normally, a stack will change its size so that all of its child elements are completely visible. For example, moving a child of the stack far to the right will widen the stack so the child remains visible.
22 -moz-text-blink CSS, CSS Reference, CSS:Mozilla Extensions
The -moz-text-blink non-standard Mozilla CSS extension specifies the blink mode.
23 -moz-user-focus CSS, CSS Reference, CSS:Mozilla Extensions, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The -moz-user-focus CSS property is used to indicate whether the element can have the focus.
24 -moz-user-input CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
In Mozilla applications, -moz-user-input determines if an element will accept user input. A similar property user-focus was proposed in early drafts of a predecessor of the CSS3 UI specification but was rejected by the working group.
25 -moz-user-modify CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
The -moz-user-modify property has no effect.
26 -moz-window-shadow CSS, CSS Property, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard, Referenz, XUL
The -moz-window-shadow CSS property specifies whether a window will have a shadow. It only works on Mac OS X.
27 -ms-overflow-style CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Property, Reference
-ms-overflow-style is a proprietary CSS property, specific to Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, which controls the behavior of scrollbars when an element's content overflows.
28 -webkit-border-before CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The -webkit-border-before CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical block start border property values in a single place in the style sheet.
29 -webkit-box-reflect CSS, Non-standard, Property, Reference
The -webkit-box-reflect CSS property lets you reflect the content of an element in one specific direction.
30 -webkit-mask-attachment CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Non-standard, Reference, Web
If a -webkit-mask-image is specified, -webkit-mask-attachment determines whether the mask image's position is fixed within the viewport, or scrolls along with its containing block.
31 -webkit-mask-box-image CSS, Layout, Reference, Web
-webkit-mask-box-image sets the mask image for an element's border box.
32 -webkit-mask-composite CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-mask-composite property specifies the manner in which multiple mask images applied to the same element are composited with one another.
33 -webkit-mask-position-x CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-mask-position-x CSS property sets the initial horizontal position of a mask image.
34 -webkit-mask-position-y CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-mask-position-y CSS property sets the initial vertical position of a mask image.
35 -webkit-mask-repeat-x CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-mask-repeat-x property specifies whether and how a mask image is repeated (tiled) horizontally.
36 -webkit-mask-repeat-y CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-mask-repeat-y property specifies whether and how a mask image is repeated (tiled) vertically.
37 -webkit-overflow-scrolling CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsLiveSample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-overflow-scrolling CSS property controls whether or not touch devices use momentum-based scrolling for the given element.
38 -webkit-print-color-adjust CSS, CSS Property, Layout, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Web
The -webkit-print-color-adjust property is a non-standard CSS extension that can be used to force printing of background colors and images in browsers based on the WebKit engine.
39 -webkit-tap-highlight-color CSS, CSS Property, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
-webkit-tap-highlight-color is a non-standard CSS property that sets the color of the highlight that appears over a link while it's being tapped. The highlighting indicates to the user that their tap is being successfully recognized, and indicates which element they're tapping on.
40 -webkit-text-fill-color CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-text-fill-color CSS property specifies the fill color of characters of text. If this property is not set, the value of the color property is used.
41 -webkit-text-stroke CSS, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
The text-stroke CSS property specifies the width and color of strokes for text characters. This is a shorthand property for the longhand properties text-stroke-width and text-stroke-color.
42 -webkit-text-stroke-color CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
The -webkit-text-stroke-color CSS property specifies the stroke color of characters of text. If this property is not set, the value of the color property is used.
43 -webkit-text-stroke-width CSS, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-text-stroke-width CSS property specifies the width of the stroke for text.
44 -webkit-touch-callout CSS, CSS Property, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsLiveSample, Non-standard, Reference
The -webkit-touch-callout CSS property controls the display of the default callout shown when you touch and hold a touch target.
45 :-moz-broken CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-broken CSS pseudo-class matches elements representing broken image links.
46 :-moz-drag-over CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The :-moz-drag-over CSS pseudo-class is used to edit an element when a drag-over event is called on it.
47 :-moz-first-node CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The :-moz-first-node CSS pseudo-class represents any element that is the first child node of some other element. It differs from :first-child because it does not match a first child element with (non-whitespace) text before it.
48 :-moz-focusring CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsLiveSample, Non-standard
The :-moz-focusring CSS pseudo-class is similar to the :focus pseudo-class, but it only matches an element if the element is currently focused and a focus ring or other indicator should be drawn for that element. If :-moz-focusring matches, then :focus also matches, but the converse is not always true - it depends on whether the user agent has focus ring drawing enabled and how the element was focused. Whether the user agent has focus ring drawing enabled can depend on things like the settings of the operating system the user is using, so the precise behavior of this pseudo-class can vary from platform to platform depending on each platforms' particular focus best practices (defaults) or user modified settings.
49 :-moz-full-screen-ancestor CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-class
The :-moz-full-screen-ancestor CSS pseudo-class applies to all ancestors of the full-screen element, except containing frames in parent documents, which are the full-screen element in their own documents. However, those elements' ancestors have this class applied to them.
50 :-moz-handler-blocked CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
:-moz-handler-blocked matches elements that cannot be displayed because their handlers have been blocked.
51 :-moz-handler-crashed CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
:-moz-handler-crashed matches elements that cannot be displayed because the plugin responsible for drawing them has crashed.
52 :-moz-handler-disabled CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
:-moz-handler-disabled matches elements that cannot be displayed because their handlers have been disabled by the user.
53 :-moz-last-node CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The :-moz-last-node CSS pseudo-class matches an element that is the last child node of some other element. It differs from :last-child because it does not match a last child element with (non-whitespace) text after it.
54 :-moz-loading CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-loading CSS pseudo-class matches elements, which can't be displayed, because they have not started loading, such as images that haven't started to arrive yet. Note that images that are in the process of loading are not matched by this pseudo-class.
55 :-moz-locale-dir(ltr) CSS, CSS Reference, Localization, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-class
The :-moz-locale-dir(ltr) CSS pseudo-class matches an element if the user interface is being displayed left-to-right. This is determined by the preference intl.uidirection.locale (where locale is the current locale) being set to "ltr".
56 :-moz-locale-dir(rtl) CSS, CSS Reference, Localization, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-class, Right-to-left
The :-moz-locale-dir(rtl) CSS pseudo-class matches an element if the user interface is being displayed right-to-left. This is determined by the preference intl.uidirection.locale (where locale is the current locale) being set to "rtl".
57 :-moz-lwtheme CSS, CSS Reference, Lightweight themes, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Themes
The :-moz-lwtheme pseudo-class matches in chrome documents when the root element's lightweightthemes attribute is true and a theme is selected.
58 :-moz-lwtheme-brighttext CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The :-moz-lwtheme-brighttext pseudo-class matches in chrome documents when :-moz-lwtheme is true and a lightweight theme with a bright text color is selected.
59 :-moz-lwtheme-darktext CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard, Themes
The :-moz-lwtheme-darktext pseudo-class matches in chrome documents when :-moz-lwtheme is true and a lightweight theme with a dark text color is selected.
60 :-moz-only-whitespace CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard, Pseudo-class
The :-moz-only-whitespace CSS pseudo-class matches an element that has no child nodes at all or empty text nodes or text nodes that have only white-space in them. Only when there are element nodes or text nodes with one or more characters inside the element, the element doesn't match this pseudo-class anymore.
61 :-moz-placeholder CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, Input Placeholder, Non-Standard, Non-standard, Placeholder
The :-moz-placeholder pseudo-class represents any form element displaying placeholder text. This allows web developers and theme designers to customize the appearance of placeholder text, which is a light grey color by default. This may not work well if you've changed the background color of your form fields to be a similar color, for example, so you can use this pseudo-class to change the placeholder text color.
62 :-moz-submit-invalid CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The :-moz-submit-invalid CSS pseudo-class represents any submit button on forms whose contents aren't valid based on their validation constraints.
63 :-moz-suppressed CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-suppressed CSS pseudo-class matches elements representing images that were not loaded because loading images from that site has been blocked.
64 :-moz-system-metric(images-in-menus) CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(images-in-menus) CSS pseudo-class matches an element if the computer's user interface supports images in menus.
65 :-moz-system-metric(mac-graphite-theme) CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
:-moz-system-metric(mac-graphite-theme) will match an element if the user has chosen the "Graphite" appearance in the "Appearance" prefpane of the Mac OS X System Preferences.
66 :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-end-backward) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-end-backward) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the computer's user interface includes a backward arrow button at the end of scrollbars.
67 :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-end-forward) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-end-forward) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the computer's user interface includes a forward arrow button at the end of scrollbars.
68 :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-start-backward) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-start-backward) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the computer's user interface includes a backward arrow button at the start of scrollbars.
69 :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-start-forward) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-start-forward) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the computer's user interface includes a forward arrow button at the start of scrollbars.
70 :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-thumb-proportional) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(scrollbar-thumb-proportional) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the computer's user interface uses proportional scrollbar thumbs; that is, the draggable thumb on the scrollbar resizes to indicate the relative size of the visible area of the document.
71 :-moz-system-metric(touch-enabled) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(touch-enabled) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the device on which the content is being rendered offers a supported touch-screen interface.
72 :-moz-system-metric(windows-default-theme) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
The :-moz-system-metric(windows-default-theme) CSS pseudo-class matches an element if the user is currently using one of the following themes in Windows: Luna, Royale, Zune, or Aero (i.e., Vista Basic, Vista Standard, or Aero Glass). This will exclude Windows Classic themes as well as third-party themes.
73 :-moz-tree-cell CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
74 :-moz-tree-cell-text CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
75 :-moz-tree-cell-text(hover) CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-tree-cell-text(hover) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the mouse cursor is presently hovering over text in a tree cell.
76 :-moz-tree-column CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
77 :-moz-tree-drop-feedback CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-class
Activated by the properties attribute.
78 :-moz-tree-image CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsLiveSample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
79 :-moz-tree-indentation CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
80 :-moz-tree-line CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
81 :-moz-tree-progressmeter CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated when the type attribute is set to progressmeter.
82 :-moz-tree-row CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The ::-moz-tree-row CSS pseudo-element is used to select rows and apply styles to tree rows.
83 :-moz-tree-row(hover) CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-tree-row(hover) CSS pseudo-class will match an element if the mouse cursor is presently hovering over a tree row.
84 :-moz-tree-separator CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
85 :-moz-tree-twisty CSS, CSS Reference, Non-standard
Activated by the properties attribute.
86 :-moz-ui-invalid CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-class
The :-moz-ui-invalid CSS pseudo-class represents any validated form element whose value isn't valid based on their validation constraints, in certain circumstances. This pseudo-class is applied according to the following rules:
87 :-moz-ui-valid CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
The :-moz-ui-valid CSS pseudo-class represents any validated form element whose value validates correctly based on its validation constraints.
88 :-moz-user-disabled CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The :-moz-user-disabled CSS pseudo-class matches elements representing images that were not loaded because images have been entirely disabled by the user's preferences.
89 :-moz-window-inactive CSS, CSS Reference, CSS:Mozilla Extensions, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-Standard, Non-standard
The :-moz-window-inactive CSS pseudo-class matches any element while it's in an inactive window.
90 :-ms-input-placeholder CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, Non-standard, Pseudo-class, Reference
The non-standard proprietary :-ms-input-placeholder pseudo-class represents the placeholder text of a form element. This allows web developers and theme designers to customize the appearance of placeholder text. This pseudo-class is only supported by Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge.
91 :-webkit-autofill CSS, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-class, Reference
The :-webkit-autofill CSS pseudo-class matches when an <input> element has its value autofilled by the browser.
92 ::-moz-list-bullet CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The non-standard ::-moz-list-bullet Mozilla CSS pseudo-element is used to style the bullet of a list element.
93 ::-moz-list-number CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard, Pseudo-element
The ::-moz-list-number CSS pseudo-element lets you customize the appearance of numbers on list items (<li>) occurring in ordered lists (<ol>).
94 ::-moz-page CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard
The ::-moz-page CSS pseudo-element applies to an individual page in print or print preview.
95 ::-moz-page-sequence CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element
The ::-moz-page-sequence CSS pseudo-element represents the background of the print preview.
96 ::-moz-placeholder CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, CSS Reference, Non-standard
The ::-moz-placeholder pseudo-element represents any form element displaying placeholder text.
97 ::-moz-progress-bar CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsCompatTable, Non-standard
The ::-moz-progress-bar CSS pseudo-element applies to the area of an HTML <progress> element that represents the amount of progress that has happened so far. This lets you, for example, change the color of progress bars.
98 ::-moz-range-progress CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-moz-range-progress CSS pseudo-element represents the portion of the "track" (the groove in which the indicator aka thumb slides) of an <input> of type="range", which corresponds to values lower than the value currently selected by the thumb.
99 ::-moz-range-thumb CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-moz-range-thumb CSS pseudo-element represents the thumb, the virtual knob the user can move within the groove, or track, of an <input> of type="range" to alter its numerical value.
100 ::-moz-range-track CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-moz-range-track CSS pseudo-element represents the track, that is the groove in which the indicator of an <input> of type="range" slides.
101 ::-moz-scrolled-page-sequence CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
The ::-moz-scrolled-page-sequence CSS pseudo-element represents the background of the print preview.
102 ::-ms-browse CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-browse CSS pseudo-element represents the button to open the file picker of an <input> of type="file".
103 ::-ms-check CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-check CSS pseudo-element represents the checkmark of an <input> of type="checkbox" or type="radio".
104 ::-ms-clear CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-clear CSS pseudo-element represents a button (the "clear button") at the edge of a text <input> which clears away the current value of the <input> element. This button and pseudo-element are non-standard, supported only in Internet Explorer 10 and 11 and Edge 12+, hence the vendor prefix (`-ms` for Microsoft). The clear button is only shown on focused, non-empty text <input> elements.
105 ::-ms-expand CSS, Pseudo-element, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
106 ::-ms-fill CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-fill CSS pseudo-element represents the filled-in portion of a <progress> element. This pseudo-element is non-standard and specific to Internet Explorer 10+, hence the vendor prefix.
107 ::-ms-fill-lower CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-fill-lower CSS pseudo-element represents the portion of the "track" (the groove in which the indicator aka thumb slides) of an <input> of type="range", which corresponds to values lower than the value currently selected by the thumb.
108 ::-ms-fill-upper CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-fill-upper CSS pseudo-element represents the portion of the "track" (the groove in which the indicator aka thumb slides) of an <input> of type="range", which corresponds to values greater than the value currently selected by the thumb.
109 ::-ms-reveal CSS, NeedsContent, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-ms-reveal CSS pseudo-element is used to display and apply styles to the "password reveal button" usually displayed at the edge of an <input> element of type="password" in Internet Explorer 10+. The password reveal button displays the value of the password field in plain text (instead of the usual obscured-for-privacy all-asterisks display). This button and the pseudo-element are non-standard and specific to Internet Explorer 10+, hence the vendor prefix.
110 ::-ms-thumb CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
Technical review completed.
111 ::-ms-track CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
112 ::-ms-value CSS, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference, Référence
The ::-ms-value pseudo-element applies rules to the value/content of an <input> or a <select>. Only certain properties can be set on this pseudo-element; others will have no effect.
113 ::-webkit-file-upload-button CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-file-upload-button CSS pseudo-element represents the button of an <input> of  type="file".
114 ::-webkit-inner-spin-button CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-inner-spin-button CSS pseudo-element is used to style the inner part of the spinner button of number picker input elements.
115 ::-webkit-input-placeholder CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The non-standard proprietary ::-webkit-input-placeholder pseudo-element represents the placeholder text of a form element. This allows web developers and theme designers to customize the appearance of placeholder text. This pseudo-class is only supported by WebKit and Blink.
116 ::-webkit-meter-bar -webkit-meter-bar, CSS, Non-Standard, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-meter-bar pseudo-class sets the styling for the background of the element. Container of the <meter> gauge that holds the value.
117 ::-webkit-meter-even-less-good-value -webkit-meter-even-less-good-value, CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-meter-even-less-good-value gives a red color to the meter element when the value and the optimum attributes fall outside the low-high range but in opposite zones. For example, value < low < high < optimum or value> high > low > optimum.
118 ::-webkit-meter-inner-element -webkit-meter-inner-element, CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
::-webkit-meter-inner-element is a proprietary WebKit CSS pseudo-element for selecting and applying styles to to the outer containing element of a <meter> element. Additional markup to render the meter element as read-only.
119 ::-webkit-meter-optimum-value ::-webkit-meter-optimum-value, CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-meter-optimum-value pseudo-element  styles the meter element when its value is inside the low-high range.
120 ::-webkit-meter-suboptimum-value -webkit-meter-suboptimum-value, CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-meter-suboptimum-value gives a yellow color to the meter element when the value attribute falls outside of the low-high range.
121 ::-webkit-outer-spin-button CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-outer-spin-button CSS pseudo-element is used to style the outer part of the spinner button of number picker input elements.
122 ::-webkit-progress-bar CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-progress-bar CSS pseudo-element represents the entire bar of a <progress> element. Normally it's only visible as the unfilled portion of the bar, since by default it's rendered below the ::-webkit-progress-value pseudo-element. It is a child of the ::-webkit-progress-inner-element pseudo-element and the parent of the ::-webkit-progress-value pseudo-element.
123 ::-webkit-progress-inner-element CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-progress-inner-element CSS pseudo-element represents the outermost, container pseudo-element of the <progress> element. It is the parent of the ::-webkit-progress-bar pseudo-element.
124 ::-webkit-progress-value CSS, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
The ::-webkit-progress-value CSS pseudo-element represents the filled-in portion of the bar of a <progress> element. It is a child of the ::-webkit-progress-bar pseudo-element.
125 ::-webkit-scrollbar CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The ::-webkit-scrollbar CSS pseudo-element affects the style of the scrollbar of an element.
126 ::-webkit-search-cancel-button NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The ::-webkit-search-cancel-button CSS pseudo-element represents a button (the "cancel button") at the edge of an <input> of type="search" which clears away the current value of the <input> element. This button and pseudo-element are non-standard, supported only in WebKit and Blink, hence the vendor prefix. The clear button is only shown on non-empty search <input> elements.
127 ::-webkit-search-results-button NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The ::-webkit-search-results-button CSS pseudo-element represents a button (the "search results button") at the left edge of an <input> of type="search" which when clicked displays a menu which allows the user to choose from previous recent search queries. This button and pseudo-element are non-standard, supported only in WebKit and Blink, hence the vendor prefix. The search results button is only shown on search <input> elements which have a results attribute.
128 ::-webkit-slider-runnable-track CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
Technical review completed. Editorial review completed.
129 ::-webkit-slider-thumb CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Pseudo-element, Reference
Technical review completed. Editorial review completed.
130 ::after (:after) CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Layout, Reference, Web
In CSS, ::after creates a pseudo-element that is the last child of the selected element. It is often used to add cosmetic content to an element with the content property.
131 ::backdrop CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Full-screen, Layout, NeedsContent, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web
The ::backdrop CSS pseudo-element is a box rendered immediately below any element rendered in fullscreen mode (and above any lower elements in the stack). Fullscreen elements are part of the top layer's stack, i.e., they are rendered in front of all other content.
132 ::before (:before) CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
In CSS, ::before creates a pseudo-element that is the first child of the selected element. It is often used to add cosmetic content to an element with the content property.
133 ::cue (:cue) ::cue, CSS, CSS Reference, Media, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web Video Text Tracks, WebVTT, cue
The ::cue CSS pseudo-element matches WebVTT cues within a selected element. This can be used to style captions and other cues in media with VTT tracks.
134 ::first-letter (:first-letter) CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The ::first-letter CSS pseudo-element applies styles to the first letter of the first line of a block-level element, but only when not preceded by other content (such as images or inline tables).
135 ::first-line (:first-line) CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The ::first-line CSS pseudo-element applies styles to the first line of a block-level element.
136 ::grammar-error CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web
The ::grammar-error CSS pseudo-element represents a text segment which the browser has flagged as having a grammatical error(s).
137 ::marker CSS, CSS Lists and Counters, CSS Pseudo-element, Experimental, Layout, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web
The ::marker CSS pseudo-element represents the marker box of a list item (e.g. the bullet point or item number).
138 ::placeholder CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web
Technical review completed.
139 ::selection CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Layout, Reference, Web
The ::selection CSS pseudo-element applies styles to the portion of a document that has been highlighted by the user (such as with the mouse).
140 ::spelling-error CSS, CSS Pseudo-element, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Pseudo-element, Reference, Web
The ::spelling-error CSS pseudo-element represents a text segment which the browser has flagged as incorrectly spelled.
141 :active CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :active CSS pseudo-class represents an element (such as a button) that is being activated by the user.
142 :any CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Experimental, Reference
The :any() pseudo-class lets you create a selector containing multiple option, either of which will be matched. This is an alternative to having to repeat an entire selector multiple times because one item inside it varies.
143 :any-link CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Experimental, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :any-link CSS pseudo-class selector represents an element that acts as the source anchor of a hyperlink independent of whether it has been visited, that is, it matches every <a>, <area>, or <link> element with an href attribute. Thus, it matches all elements that match :link or :visited.
144 :checked CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :checked CSS pseudo-class selector represents any radio (<input type="radio">), checkbox (<input type="checkbox">) or option (<option> in a <select>) element that is checked or toggled to an on state. The user can change this state by clicking on the element, or selecting a different value, in which case the :checked pseudo-class no longer applies to this element, but will to the relevant one.
145 :default CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :default CSS pseudo-class represents any user interface element that is the default among a group of similar elements. For example, the default button in a set of buttons could be selected using this pseudo-class.
146 :dir() BiDi, CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Experimental, Reference
The :dir CSS pseudo-class matches elements based on the directionality of the text contained in it. In HTML, the direction is determined by the dir attribute. For other document types there may be other document methods for determining the language.
147 :disabled CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :disabled CSS pseudo-class represents any disabled element. An element is disabled if it can't be activated (e.g. selected, clicked on or accept text input) or accept focus. The element also has an enabled state, in which it can be activated or accept focus.
148 :empty CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :empty pseudo-class represents any element that has no children at all. Only element nodes and text (including whitespace) are considered. Comments or processing instructions do not affect whether an element is considered empty or not.
149 :enabled CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :enabled CSS pseudo-class represents any enabled element. An element is enabled if it can be activated (e.g. selected, clicked on or accept text input) or accept focus. The element also has a disabled state, in which it can't be activated or accept focus.
150 :first CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :first @page CSS pseudo-class describes the styling of the first page when printing a document.
151 :first-child CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :first-child CSS pseudo-class represents the first element among a group of sibling elements.
152 :first-of-type CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :first-of-type CSS pseudo-class represents the first element of its type among a group of sibling elements.
153 :focus CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :focus CSS pseudo-class represents an element (such as a form input) that has received focus. It is generally triggered when the user clicks or taps on an element or selects it with the keyboard's tab key.
154 :focus-within CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :focus-within CSS pseudo-class matches any element that the :focus pseudo-class matches or that has a descendant that the :focus pseudo-class matches. (This includes descendants in shadow trees.)
155 :fullscreen CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Experimental, Full-screen, Reference
The :fullscreen CSS pseudo-class selects any element that's displayed when the browser is in fullscreen mode.
156 :has CSS, CSS Selectors, Experimental, Pseudo-class, Reference
The :has() CSS pseudo-class represents an element if any of the selectors, relative to the :scope of the given element, passed as parameters, matches at least one element. The :has() pseudo-class takes a selector list as an argument. In the current specification :has is not marked as part of the dynamic selector profile, which means it can not be used within stylesheets; only with functions like document.querySelector().
157 :hover CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
The :hover CSS pseudo-class matches when the user interacts with an element with a pointing device, but does not necessarily activate it. It is generally triggered when the user hovers over an element with the cursor (mouse pointer).
158 :in-range CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Reference, Web
The :in-range CSS pseudo-class matches when the value currently contained inside an <input> element is inside the range limits specified by the min and max attributes.
159 :indeterminate CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :indeterminate CSS pseudo-class selects any form element whose state is indeterminate.
160 :invalid CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :invalid CSS pseudo-class selects any <input> or <form> element whose content fails to validate according to the input's attribute settings. This allows you to easily have invalid fields adopt an appearance that helps the user identify and correct errors.
161 :lang CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :lang CSS pseudo-class matches elements based on the language the element is determined to be in. In HTML, the language is determined by a combination of the lang attribute, the <meta> element, and possibly by information from the protocol (such as HTTP headers).
162 :last-child CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The :last-child CSS pseudo-class represents the last element among a group of sibling elements.
163 :last-of-type CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :last-of-type CSS pseudo-class represents the last element of its type among a group of sibling elements.
164 :left CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :left CSS page pseudo-class matches any left page when printing a document. It allows you to describe the styling of left-side pages.
165 :link CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The :link CSS pseudo-class represents links (such as an anchor) that have not yet been visited.
166 :not() CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The negation CSS pseudo-class, :not(X), has a functional notation taking a simple selector X as an argument. It matches elements that are not represented by the argument. X must not contain another negation selector.
167 :nth-child CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :nth-child(an+b) CSS pseudo-class matches an element that has an+b-1 siblings before it, where n is positive or zero. More simply stated, the selector matches elements whose numeric position in a series of siblings matches the pattern an+b.
168 :nth-last-child CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The :nth-last-child(an+b) CSS pseudo-class matches an element that has an+b-1 siblings after it, where n is positive or zero. It is essentially the same as :nth-child, except it counts items backwards from the end, not forwards from the beginning.
169 :nth-last-of-type CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :nth-last-of-type(an+b) CSS pseudo-class matches an element that has an+b-1 siblings of the same type after it, where n is positive or zero. It is essentially the same as :nth-of-type, except it counts items backwards from the end, not the beginning.
170 :nth-of-type CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :nth-of-type(an+b) CSS pseudo-class matches an element that has an+b-1 siblings of the same type before it, where n is positive or zero.
171 :only-child CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The :only-child CSS pseudo-class represents an element without any siblings. This is the same as :first-child:last-child or :nth-child(1):nth-last-child(1), but with a lower specificity.
172 :only-of-type CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :only-of-type CSS pseudo-class represents an element that has no siblings of the same type.
173 :optional CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :optional CSS pseudo-class selects any <input> or <textarea> element that does not have the required attribute set on it. This allows forms to easily indicate optional fields, and to style them accordingly.
174 :out-of-range CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS Reference, Layout, Web
The :out-of-range CSS pseudo-class matches when an element has its value attribute outside the specified range limitations for this element. It allows the page to give a feedback that the value currently defined using the element is outside the range limits. A value can be outside of a range if it is either smaller or larger than maximum and minimum set values.
175 :placeholder-shown CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Reference
The :placeholder-shown pseudo-class represents any form element displaying placeholder text.
176 :read-only CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :read-only CSS pseudo-class selects an element (such as a locked text input) that is not editable by the user.
177 :read-write CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :read-write CSS pseudo-class represents an element (such as a text input) that is editable by the user.
178 :required CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :required CSS pseudo-class represents any <input> element that has the required attribute set on it. This allows forms to easily indicate which fields must have valid data before the form can be submitted.
179 :right CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :right CSS page pseudo-class matches any right page when printing a page. It allows you to describe the styling of right-side pages.
180 :root CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The :root CSS pseudo-class matches the root element of a tree representing the document. In HTML, :root represents the <html> element and is identical to the selector html, except that its specificity is higher.
181 :scope CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Experimental, Expérimental, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The :scope CSS pseudo-class matches the elements that are a reference point for selectors to match against. In HTML, a new reference point can be defined using the scoped attribute of the <style>. If no such attribute is used on an HTML page, the reference point is the <html> element.
182 :target CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, Reference, Web
The :target CSS pseudo-class represents a unique element (the target element) with an id matching the URL's fragment.
183 :valid CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Pseudo-class, Reference, Web
The :valid CSS pseudo-class represents any <input> or <form> element whose content validates correctly according to the input's type setting. This allows to easily make valid fields adopt an appearance that helps the user confirm that their data is formatted properly.
184 :visited CSS, CSS Pseudo-class, CSS3, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
The :visited CSS pseudo-class lets you select only links that have been visited.
185 &lt;angle&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The <angle> CSS data type represents an angle value expressed in degrees, gradians, radians, or turns. It is used, for example, in rotate and skew transform values.
186 &lt;basic-shape&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, CSS Shapes, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
The <basic-shape> CSS data type represents a shape used in the clip-path or shape-outside properties.
187 &lt;blend-mode&gt; Blend modes, CSS, CSS Compositing, CSS Data Type, Compositing, Reference, Référence
The <blend-mode> CSS data type describes how colors should appear when layers overlap. For each pixel among the layers to which it is applied, a blend mode takes the colors of the foreground and the background, perfoms a calculation on them, and returns a new color value. It is used in the background-blend-mode and mix-blend-mode properties.
188 &lt;color&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The <color> CSS data type represents a color in the sRGB color space. A color can be described in any of the following ways:
189 &lt;custom-ident&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <custom-ident> CSS data type denotes an arbitrary user-defined string used as an identifier. It is case-sensitive, and certain values are forbidden in various contexts to prevent ambiguity.
190 &lt;flex&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Experimental, Layout, Reference, Web
The <flex> CSS data type denotes a flexible length within a grid container, which is declared as dimension with the unit fr.
191 &lt;frequency&gt; CSS, CSS Data Types, CSS Unit, Layout, Reference, Web
The <frequency> CSS data type represents a frequency dimension, such as the pitch of a speaking voice.
192 &lt;gradient&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Graphics, Layout, Reference, Web
The <gradient> CSS data type is a CSS <image> made of a progressive transition between two or more colors. A CSS gradient has no intrinsic dimensions; i.e., it has no natural or preferred size, nor a preferred ratio. Its concrete size will match the size of the element it applies to.
193 &lt;image&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, CSS Image, Graphics, Layout, Reference, Web
The <image> CSS data type represents a 2D image. There are two kinds of images: plain images, typically referenced using a URL, and dynamically-generated images, like those generated with <gradient> or element(). Images can be used with numerous CSS properties, such as background-image, border-image, content, list-style-image, and cursor.
194 &lt;integer&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <integer> CSS data type is a type of <number> that represents a whole number, whether positive or negative. Integers are used in numerous CSS properties, such as z-index, counter-increment, column-count, grid-column, grid-row, and repeat().
195 &lt;length&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <length> CSS data type represents a distance value. Many CSS properties take <length> values, such as width, marginpadding, font-size, border-width, text-shadow, and many others.
196 &lt;number&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The <number> CSS data type represents a number, being either a whole integer or a fraction.
197 &lt;percentage&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <percentage> CSS data type represents a percentage value. Many CSS properties can take <percentage> values, often to define a size as relative to its parent object. Numerous properties can use percentages, such as width, margin, padding, and font-size.
198 &lt;position&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <position> CSS data type denotes a coordinate position in 2D space used to set a location relative to a box. The final position described by the <position> value does not need to be inside the element's box.
199 &lt;ratio&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <ratio> CSS data type, used for describing aspect ratios in media queries, denotes the proportion between two unitless values.
200 &lt;resolution&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <resolution> CSS data type, used in media queries, denotes the density of pixels of an output device, i.e., its resolution.
201 &lt;shape-box&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, CSS Shapes, Reference, Référence
Shapes can be specified for shape-outside with a <shape-box> type, which is a reference to edges in the CSS Box Model.
202 &lt;shape&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
The <shape> CSS data type defines the specific form (shape) of a region. The region determines the part of an element to which a given property, such as clip, applies.
203 &lt;single-transition-timing-function&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <single-transition-timing-function> CSS data type denotes a mathematical function that describes how fast one-dimensional values change during transitions or animations. This lets you establish an acceleration curve, so that the speed of the animation can vary over its duration. These functions are often called easing functions.
204 &lt;string&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, Reference, Web
The <string> CSS data type represents a sequence of characters. Strings are used in numerous CSS properties, including content, font-family, and quotes.
205 &lt;time&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The <time> CSS data type represents a time value expressed in seconds or milliseconds. It is used in animation, transition, and other related properties.
206 &lt;transform-function&gt; CSS, CSS Data Type, CSS Reference, CSS Transforms, Layout, Reference, Web
The <transform-function> CSS data type denotes a function used to modify an element's appearance. A transform can usually be expressed by matrices, with the result determined by using matrix multiplication on each point.
207 matrix() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedCompatTable, NeedsExample, Reference
The matrix() CSS function specifies a homogeneous 2D transformation matrix comprised of the specified six values. The constant values of such matrices are implied and not passed as parameters; the other parameters are described in the column-major order.
208 matrix3d() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Reference
The matrix3d() CSS function describes a 3D transform as a 4x4 homogeneous matrix. The 16 parameters are described in the column-major order.
209 perspective() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Reference
The perspective() CSS function defines the distance between the z=0 plane and the user in order to give to the 3D-positioned element some perspective. Each 3D element with z>0 becomes larger; each 3D-element with z<0 becomes smaller. The strength of the effect is determined by the value of this property.
210 rotate() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The rotate() CSS function defines a transformation that moves the element around a fixed point (as specified by the transform-origin property) without deforming it. The amount of movement is defined by the specified angle; if positive, the movement will be clockwise, if negative, it will be counter-clockwise. A rotation by 180° is called point reflection.
211 rotate3d() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The rotate3d() CSS function defines a transformation that moves the element around a fixed axis without deforming it. The amount of movement is defined by the specified angle; if positive, the movement will be clockwise, if negative, it will be counter-clockwise.
212 rotateX() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsExample, Reference
The rotateX()CSS function defines a transformation that moves the element around the abscissa without deforming it. The amount of movement is defined by the specified angle; if positive, the movement will be clockwise, if negative, it will be counter-clockwise.
213 rotateY() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The rotateY() CSS function defines a transformation that moves the element around the ordinate without deforming it. The amount of movement is defined by the specified angle; if positive, the movement will be clockwise, if negative, it will be counter-clockwise.
214 rotateZ() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The rotateZ() CSS function defines a transformation that moves the element around the z-axis without deforming it. The amount of movement is defined by the specified angle; if positive, the movement will be clockwise, if negative, it will be counter-clockwise.
215 scale() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The scale() CSS function modifies the size of the element. It can either augment or decrease its size and as the amount of scaling is defined by a vector, it can do so more in one direction than in another one.
216 scale3d() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The scale3d() CSS function modifies the size of an element. Because the amount of scaling is defined by a vector, it can resize different dimensions at different scales.
217 scaleX() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The scaleX() CSS function modifies the abscissa of each element point by a constant factor, except if this scale factor is 1, in which case the function is the identity transform. The scaling is not isotropic and the angles of the element are not conserved.
218 scaleY() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The scaleY() CSS function modifies the ordinate of each element point by a constant factor except if this scale factor is 1, in which case the function is the identity transform. The scaling is not isotropic and the angles of the element are not conserved.
219 scaleZ() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The scaleZ() CSS function modifies the z-coordinate of each element point by a constant factor, except if this scale factor is 1, in which case the function is the identity transform. The scaling is not isotropic and the angles of the element are not conserved.
220 skew() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The skew() CSS function is a shear mapping, or transvection, distorting each point of an element by a certain angle in each direction. It is done by increasing each coordinate by a value proportionate to the specified angle and to the distance to the origin. The more far from the origin, the more away the point is, the greater will be the value added to it.
221 skewX() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The skewX() CSS function is a horizontal shear mapping distorting each point of an element by a certain angle in the horizontal direction. It is done by increasing the abscissa coordinate by a value proportionate to the specified angle and to the distance to the origin. The more far from the origin, the more away the point is, the greater will be the value added to it.
222 skewY() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The skewY() CSS function is a vertical shear mapping distorting each point of an element by a certain angle in the vertical direction. It is done by increasing the ordinate coordinate by a value proportionate to the specified angle and to the distance to the origin. The more far from the origin, the more away the point is, the greater will be the value added to it.
223 translate() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The translate() CSS function repositions an element in the horizontal and/or vertical directions. This transformation is defined by a vector whose coordinates define how much it moves in each axis.
224 translate3d() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The translate3d() CSS function moves the position of the element in the 3D space. This transformation is characterized by a 3-dimension vector whose coordinates define how much it moves in each direction.
225 translateX() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The translateX() CSS function moves the element horizontally on the plane. This transformation is characterized by a <length> defining how much it moves horizontally.
226 translateY() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The translateY() CSS function moves the element vertically on the plane. This transformation is characterized by a <length> defining how much it moves vertically.
227 translateZ() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Transforms, NeedsCompatTable, Reference
The translateZ() CSS function moves the element along the z-axis of the 3D space. This transformation is characterized by a <length> defining how much it moves.
228 &lt;url&gt; CSS, Layout, Reference, Référence, Type, URI, URL, Web, data, urn
The <url> CSS data type denotes a pointer to a resource, such as an image or a font. It has no proper syntax and can only be expressed through the url() functional notation. URLs are used in numerous CSS properties, such as background-image, cursor, @font-face, and list-style.
229 @charset At-rule, CSS, Layout, Reference, Web
The @charset CSS at-rule specifies the character encoding used in the style sheet. It must be the first element in the style sheet and not be preceded by any character; as it is not a nested statement, it cannot be used inside conditional group at-rules. If several @charset at-rules are defined, only the first one is used, and it cannot be used inside a style attribute on an HTML element or inside the <style> element where the character set of the HTML page is relevant.
230 @counter-style At-rule, CSS, Reference, Styles, counter
The @counter-style CSS at-rule lets you define counter styles that are not part of the predefined set of styles. An @counter-style rule defines how to convert a counter value into a string representation.
231 additive-symbols @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The additive-symbols descriptor lets you specify symbols when the value of a counter system descriptor is additive. The additive-symbols descriptor defines additive tuples, each of which is a pair containing a symbol and a non-negative integer weight. The additive system is used to construct sign-value numbering systems such as Roman numerals.
232 fallback @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The fallback descriptor can be used to specify a counter style to fall back to if the current counter style cannot create a marker representation for a particular counter value.
233 negative @counter-style, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
When defining custom counter styles, the negative descriptor lets you alter the representations of negative counter values, by providing a way to specify symbols to be appended or prepended to the counter representation when the value is negative.
234 pad @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The pad descriptor can be used with custom counter style definitions when you need the marker representations to have a minimum length. If a marker representation is smaller than the specified pad length, then the marker will be padded with the specified pad symbol. Marker representations longer than the pad length are constructed as normal.
235 prefix @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The prefix descriptor of the @counter-style rule allows authors to specify a symbol that will be prepended to the marker representation. If no value is specified, the default value will be the empty string.
236 range @counter-style, CSS, CSS Descriptor, CSS Lists, Reference
When defining custom counter styles, the range descriptor lets the author specify a range of counter values over which the style is applied. If a counter value is outside the specified range, then the fallback style will be used to construct the representation of that marker.
237 speak-as @counter-style, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The speak-as descriptor specifies how a counter symbol constructed with a given @counter-style will be represented in the spoken form. For example, an author can specify a counter symbol to be either spoken as its numerical value or just represented with an audio cue.
238 suffix @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The suffix is used with @counter-style to specify a symbol that will be appended to the marker representation. A symbol can be a string, image or a CSS identifier. If not specified, the descriptor assumes the default value "\2E\20" ("." full stop followed by a space).
239 symbols @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The symbols descriptor is used to specify the symbols that the specified counter system will use to construct counter representations. A symbol can be a string, image, or identifier.
240 system @counter-style, CSS, CSS Counter Styles, CSS Descriptor, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The system descriptor specifies the algorithm to be used for converting the integer value of a counter to a string representation. It is used in a @counter-style to define the behavior of the defined style.
241 @document At-rule, CSS, Reference
The @document CSS at-rule restricts the style rules contained within it based on the URL of the document. It is designed primarily for user style sheets. A @document rule can specify one or more matching functions. If any of the functions apply to a URL, the rule will take effect on that URL.
242 @font-face At-rule, CSS, Fonts, Reference
The @font-face CSS at-rule allows authors to specify online fonts to display text on their web pages. By allowing authors to provide their own fonts, @font-face eliminates the need to depend on the limited number of fonts users have installed on their computers. The @font-face at-rule may be used not only at the top level of a CSS, but also inside any CSS conditional-group at-rule.
243 font-display @font-face, CSS, Experimental, Fonts, Reference, descriptor
The font-display descriptor determines how a font face is displayed based on whether and when it is downloaded and ready to use.
244 font-family @font-face, CSS, CSS Descriptor, CSS Fonts, Reference
The font-family CSS descriptor allows authors to specify the font family for the font specified in an @font-face rule.
245 font-style @font-face, CSS, Fonts, Reference, descriptor
The font-style CSS descriptor allows authors to specify font styles for the fonts specified in the @font-face rule.
246 src @font-face, CSS, CSS Descriptor, CSS Fonts, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The src CSS descriptor of the @font-face rule specifies the resource containing font data. It is required for the @font-face rule to be valid.
247 unicode-range CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Experimental, Layout, Reference, Web
The unicode-range CSS descriptor sets the specific range of characters to be used from a font defined by @font-face and made available for use on the current page. If the page doesn't use any character in this range, the font is not downloaded; if it uses at least one, the whole font is downloaded.
248 @font-feature-values At-rule, CSS, Fonts, Reference
The @font-feature-values CSS at-rule allows authors to use a common name in font-variant-alternates for feature activated differently in OpenType. It allows to simplify the CSS when using several fonts.
249 @import At-rule, CSS, Reference
The @import CSS at-rule is used to import style rules from other style sheets. These rules must precede all other types of rules, except @charset rules; as it is not a nested statement, @import cannot be used inside conditional group at-rules.
250 @keyframes Animations, At-rule, CSS, Experimental, Reference
The @keyframes CSS at-rule controls the intermediate steps in a CSS animation sequence by defining styles for keyframes (or waypoints) along the animation sequence.
251 @media At-rule, CSS, Reference
The @media CSS at-rule lets you specify declarations that depend on the condition of a media query. The rule may be placed at the top level of your code or nested inside any other conditional group at-rule.
252 -webkit-animation CSS, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
253 -webkit-device-pixel-ratio NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsCompatTable, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
-webkit-device-pixel-ratio is a non-standard boolean CSS media feature which is an alternative to the standard resolution media feature.
254 -webkit-transform-2d CSS, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
255 -webkit-transform-3d CSS, Reference, Référence
-webkit-transform-3d is a non-standard boolean CSS media feature whose value indicates whether vendor-prefixed CSS 3D transforms are supported or not. This media feature is only supported by WebKit and Blink. The standards-based alternative is to use a @supports feature query instead.
256 -webkit-transition CSS, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
257 any-hover CSS, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
any-hover is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether any available input mechanism allows the user to hover over elements.
258 any-pointer CSS, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
any-pointer is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether any available input mechanism is a pointing device, and if so, how accurate it is.
259 aspect-ratio CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
aspect-ratio is a CSS media feature whose value is the width-to-height aspect <ratio> of the viewport. It has min and max attributes.
260 color CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
color is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of bits per color component (red, green, blue) of the feature. CSS colors can either be defined in hexidecimal format or in an RGB format.
261 color-gamut CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
color-gamut is a CSS media feature whose value describes the approximate range of colors that are supported by the user agent and output device.
262 color-index CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
color-index is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of entries in the output device's color lookup table, or zero if the device does not use such a table.
263 device-aspect-ratio CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
Technical review completed.
264 device-height CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
265 device-width CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence
device-width is a deprecated CSS media feature whose value is the width of the rendering surface of the output device, as a CSS <length>.
266 display-mode @media, CSS, display, display-mode, media feature, web app manifest
display-mode is a CSS media feature that selectively applies CSS based on the display mode of the application. This feature corresponds the Web app manifest's display member. Both apply to the top-level browsing context and any child browsing contexts. This query applies regardless of whether a web app manifest is present. Use this query to provide a consistant user experience between launching a site from an URL and lunching it from a desktop icon.
267 grid CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
grid is a CSS media feature whose value is an <mq-boolean> indicating whether or not the device is a grid or bitmap.
268 height CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
height is a CSS media feature whose value is the viewport's height as a CSS <length>.
269 hover CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
hover is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether the primary input mechanism allows the user to hover over elements.
270 inverted-colors CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
inverted-colors is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether the user agent or underlying OS is inverting colors.
271 light-level CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
light-level is a CSS media feature that can be used to check the current ambient light level.
272 monochrome CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
monochrome is a CSS media feature whose value is the <integer> number of bits per pixel in the output device's monochrome frame buffer, or 0 if the device is not monochrome.
273 orientation CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
orientation is a CSS media feature that can be used to check what the orientation of the viewport is.
274 overflow-block CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsEnumeratedValueMeanings, NeedsExample, Reference
overflow-block is a CSS media feature that can be used to check how the output device handles content that overflows the viewport along the block axis.
275 overflow-inline CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
overflow-inline is a CSS media feature which can be used to indicate whether content that overflows the viewport along the inline axis can be scrolled.
276 pointer CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
pointer is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether the primary input mechanism is a pointing device, and if so, how accurate it is.
277 resolution CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
resolution is a CSS media feature whose value is the pixel density of the output device, as a CSS <resolution>.
278 scan CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
scan is a CSS media feature that can be used to check what the scanning process (if any) of the output device is. The word scanning used in this context is not the same as with scanning a book or document into an image format using a scanner. Scanning here refers to the process in which an image is painted into a television (or other device) screen.
279 scripting CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
scripting is a CSS media feature that can be used to check whether scripting (e.g., JavaScript) is available.
280 update CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
update is a CSS media feature that can be used to check how quickly (if at all) the output device is able to modify the appearance of the content.
281 width CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Référence
width is a CSS media feature that can be used to apply styles conditionally based on the width of the viewport. The width must be specified as a <length> value.</length>
282 @namespace At-rule, CSS, Layout, Reference, Web
@namespace is an at-rule that defines XML namespaces to be used in a CSS style sheet. The defined namespaces can be used to restrict the universal, type, and attribute selectors to only select elements within that namespace. The @namespace rule is generally only useful when dealing with documents containing multiple namespaces—such as HTML5 with inline SVG or MathML, or XML that mixes multiple vocabularies.
283 @page At-rule, CSS, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The @page CSS at-rule is used to modify some CSS properties when printing a document. You can't change all CSS properties with @page. You can only change the margins, orphans, widows, and page breaks of the document. Attempts to change any other CSS properties will be ignored.
284 bleed CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsLiveSample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The bleed at-rule descriptor specifies the extent of the page bleed area outside the page box. This property only has effect if crop marks are enabled using the marks property.
285 marks CSS, CSS Property, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-Standard, Non-standard, Reference, Web
The marks CSS at-rule descriptor adds crop and/or cross marks to the presentation of the document. Crop marks indicate where the page should be cut. Cross marks are used to align sheets.
286 size CSS, CSS Descriptor, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
Editorial review completed.
287 @styleset CSS, NeedsContent, Reference, Web
See @font-feature-values .
288 @supports At-rule, CSS, CSS3, CSS3-conditionals, Layout, Reference, Web
The @supports CSS at-rule lets you specify declarations that depend on a browser's support for one or more specific CSS features. This is called a feature query. The rule may be placed at the top level of your code or nested inside any other conditional group at-rule.
289 @viewport Adaptation, At-rule, CSS, Device, NeedsContent, Reference
The @viewport CSS at-rule contains a set of nested descriptors in a CSS block that is delimited by curly braces. These descriptors control viewport settings, primarily on mobile devices.
290 height @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The height CSS descriptor is a shorthand descriptor for setting both min-height and max-height of the viewport. by providing one viewport length value will set both, the minimum height and the maximum height, to the value provided.
291 max-height @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The max-height CSS descriptor specifies the maximum height of the viewport of a document defined via the @viewport at-rule.
292 max-width @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The max-width CSS descriptor specifies the maximum width of the viewport of a document defined via the @viewport at-rule.
293 max-zoom @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The max-zoom CSS descriptor sets the maximum zoom factor of a document defined by the @viewport at-rule. The browser will not zoom in any further than this, whether automatically or at the user's request.
294 min-height @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The min-height CSS descriptor specifies the minimum height of the viewport of a document defined via the @viewport at-rule.
295 min-width @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, Reference
The min-width CSS descriptor specifies the minimum width of the viewport of a document defined via @viewport.
296 min-zoom @viewport, CSS, CSS Descriptor, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The min-zoom CSS descriptor sets the minimum zoom factor of a document defined via @viewport. The browser will not zoom out any further than this, whether automatically or at the user's request.
297 orientation CSS, CSS Descriptor, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
The orientation CSS descriptor controls the orientation of a document defined by @viewport.
298 user-zoom CSS, CSS Descriptor, Graphics, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The user-zoom CSS descriptor controls whether or not the user can change the zoom factor of a document defined by @viewport.
299 width Beginner, CSS, Reference
The width CSS descriptor is shorthand for setting both the min-width and the max-width of the viewport. By providing one viewport length value, that value will determine both the min-width and the max-width to the value provided.
300 zoom CSS, CSS Descriptor, Graphics, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The zoom CSS Descriptor sets the initial zoom factor of a document defined by @viewport.
301 Actual value CSS, Guide, Web
The actual value of a CSS property is the used value of that property after any necessary approximations have been applied. For example, a user agent that can only render borders with a whole-number pixel width may round the thickness of the border to the nearest integer.
302 Adjacent sibling selectors CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Selectors
This is referred to as an adjacent selector or next-sibling selector. It will select only the specified element that immediately follows the former specified element.
303 All About The Containing Block CSS, CSS Position, Position, Positioning schemes, block container, containing block, visual formatting, visual formatting model
No summary!
304 Alternative Style Sheets CSS, NeedsCompatTable
Specifying alternative style sheets in a web page provides a way for users to see multiple versions of a page, based on their needs or preferences.
305 At-rule CSS, CSS Reference
An at-rule is a CSS statement beginning with an at sign, '@' (U+0040 COMMERCIAL AT), followed by an identifier and includes everything up to the next semi-colon, ';' (U+003B SEMICOLON), or the next CSS block, whichever comes first.
306 Attribute selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, Reference, Selectors
Attribute selectors select an element using the presence of a given attribute or attribute value.
307 CSS Animations CSS, CSS Animations, Experimental, Overview, Reference
CSS Animations is a module of CSS that defines how to animate the values of CSS properties over time, using keyframes. The behavior of these keyframe animations can be controlled by specifying their duration, their number of repetitions, and how they repeat.
308 CSS Animations tips and tricks CSS, CSS Animations, Example, Howto, Tutorial
CSS Animations make it possible to do incredible things with the elements that make up your documents and apps. However, there are things you might want to do that aren't obvious, or clever ways to do things that you might not come up with right away. This article is a collection of tips and tricks we've found that may make your work easier, including how to run a stopped animation again.
309 Detecting CSS animation support Advanced, Animation, CSS
CSS animations make it possible to do creative animations of content using nothing but CSS. However, there are likely to be times when this feature isn't available, and you may wish to handle that case by using JavaScript code to simulate a similar effect. This article, based on this blog post by Chris Heilmann, demonstrates a technique for doing this.
310 Using CSS animations Advanced, CSS, CSS Animations, Example, Experimental, Guide
CSS animations make it possible to animate transitions from one CSS style configuration to another.
311 CSS Background and Borders CSS, CSS Backgrounds and Borders, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Background and Borders is a module of CSS that defines how background and borders of elements are described. Borders can be lines or images, boxes can have one or multiple backgrounds, have rounded corners, and shadows.
312 Border-image generator CSS, Tools
This tool can be used to generate CSS3 border-image values.
313 Border-radius generator CSS, Tools
This tool can be used to generate CSS3 border-radius effects.
314 Box-shadow generator CSS3, Tools, box-shadow
This tool lets you construct CSS box-shadow effects, to add box shadow effects to your CSS objects.
315 Scaling background images Advanced, CSS, CSS Background, Example, Graphics, Guide, Web
The background-size CSS property makes it possible to adjust the size of background images, instead of the default behavior of tiling the image at its full size.
316 Using CSS multiple backgrounds CSS, CSS Background, Example, Guide, Intermediate, NeedsCompatTable
With CSS3, you can apply multiple backgrounds to elements. These are layered atop one another with the first background you provide on top and the last background listed in the back.
317 CSS Basic Data Types
CSS basic data types are part of component value types. They define the kinds of values (keywords and units) accepted by CSS properties and functions.
318 CSS Box Model CSS, CSS Box Model, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Box Model is a CSS module that defines the rectangular boxes, including their padding and margin, that are generated for elements and laid out according to the visual formatting model.
319 Introduction to the CSS box model Beginner, CSS, CSS Box Model, Reference
In a document, each element is represented as a rectangular box. Determining the size, properties — like its color, background, borders aspect — and the position of these boxes is the goal of the rendering engine.
320 Mastering margin collapsing CSS, CSS Box Model, Reference
Top and bottom margins of blocks are sometimes combined (collapsed) into a single margin whose size is the largest of the margins (if the elements had equal margin it will take one of them, it doesn't sum them together) combined into it, a behavior known as margin collapsing.
321 CSS Charsets CSS, CSS Charsets, Overview, Reference
CSS Charsets is a module of CSS that allow to define the character set used in the stylesheet.
322 CSS Colors CSS, CSS Colors, Overview, Reference
CSS Colors is a module of CSS that deals with colors, color types and transparency.
323 Color picker tool CSS, Tools
This tool makes it easy to create, adjust, and experiment with custom colors for the web.
324 CSS Columns CSS, CSS Reference, Landing, Overview
CSS Columns is a module of CSS that defines a multi-column layout, allowing to express how content should flow between columns and how gaps and rules are handled.
325 Using CSS multi-column layouts Advanced, CSS, Guide, Multi-columns, Web
The CSS multi-column layout extends the block layout mode to allow the easy definition of multiple columns of text.
326 CSS Compositing and Blending CSS, CSS Compositing and Blending, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Compositing and Blending is a CSS module that defines how shapes of different elements are combined into a single image.
327 CSS Conditional Rules CSS, CSS Conditional Rules, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Conditional Rules is a CSS module that allows to define a set of rules that will only apply based on the capabilities of the processor or the document the style sheet is being applied to.
328 CSS Device Adaptation CSS, CSS Device Adaptation, Overview, Reference
CSS Device Adaptation is a CSS module that allows to define the size, zoom factor, and orientation of the viewport.
329 CSS Display CSS, CSS Display, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Display is a module of CSS that defines how the CSS formatting box tree is generated from the document element tree and defines properties controlling it.
330 CSS Flexible Box Layout CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Flexible Box Layout is a module of CSS that defines a CSS box model optimized for user interface design. In the flex layout model, the children of a flex container can be laid out in any direction, and can “flex” their sizes, either growing to fill unused space or shrinking to avoid overflowing the parent. Both horizontal and vertical alignment of the children can be easily manipulated. Nesting of these boxes (horizontal inside vertical, or vertical inside horizontal) can be used to build layouts in two dimensions.
331 Advanced layouts with flexbox
The defining aspect of the flexbox is the ability to alter its items, width, and/or height to best fill the available space on any display device. A flex container expands its items to fill the available free space or shrinks them to prevent overflow.
332 Using CSS Flexible Boxes #RWD, Advanced, Boxes, CSS, Example, Flexible, Guide, Web
The CSS3 Flexible Box, or flexbox, is a layout mode intended to accommodate different screen sizes and different display devices.
333 Using flexbox to lay out web applications Advanced, CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, Example, Guide, Web
Using flexbox can help you design compelling layouts in web applications that scale better from desktop to mobile. Put an end to floating <div> elements, absolute positioning, and JavaScript hacks, and start building horizontal and vertical flowing layouts in just a few lines of CSS. Some basic example use cases:
334 CSS Fonts CSS, CSS Fonts, Overview, Reference
CSS Fonts is a module of CSS that defines font-related properties and how font resources are loaded. It allows to define the style of a font, like its family, its size or its weight, and the variant of the glyph to be used, for a font that has several glyphs for one character. It also allows to define the height of a line.
335 CSS Generated Content CSS, CSS Generated Content, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Generated Content is a module of CSS that defines how to add content to an element.
336 CSS Grid Layout CSS, Grid Layout, Grids, Layout, Reference
CSS Grid layout excels at dividing a page into major regions, or defining the relationship in terms of size, position, and layer, between parts of a control built from HTML primitives.
337 Auto-placement in CSS Grid Layout CSS, CSS Grids, Guides
In addition to the ability to place items accurately onto a created grid, the CSS Grid Layout specification contains rules that control what happens when you create a grid and do not place some or all of the child items. You can see auto-placement in action in the simplest of ways by creating a grid on a set of items. If you give the items no placement information they will position themselves on the grid, one in each grid cell.
338 Basic concepts of grid layout CSS, CSS Grids, Guide, Layout
CSS Grid Layout introduces a two-dimensional grid system to CSS. Grids can be used to lay out major page areas or small user interface elements. This article introduces CSS Grid Layout and the new terminology that is part of the CSS Grid Layout Level 1 specification. The features shown in this overview will be then explained in greater detail in the rest of this guide.
339 Box alignment in CSS Grid Layout CSS, CSS Grid, Guides
If you are familiar with flexbox then you will already have encountered the way in which flex items can be properly aligned inside the flex container. These alignment properties that we first met in the flexbox specification have been moved into a new specification called Box Alignment Level 3. This specification has details for how alignment should work in all of the different layout methods.
340 CSS Grid Layout and Accessibility Accessibility, CSS, CSS Grids, Guides
Those of us who have been doing web development for more years than we care to remember might consider that CSS Grid is a little bit like using “tables for layout”. Back in the early days of web design, the way we constructed page layout was to use HTML tables, then fragment our design into the cells of those tables in order to create a layout. This had some advantages over the “CSS Positioning” that came afterwards, in that we could take advantage of the alignment and full height columns offered by table display. The biggest downside however was that it tied our design to the mark-up, often creating accessibility issues as it did so. In order to lay the design out in the table we often broke up the content in ways that made no sense at all when read out by a screen reader for example.
341 CSS Grid Layout and Progressive Enhancement CSS, CSS Grids, Design, Guide, Intermediate
we should shortly have CSS Grid Layout support in the public versions of Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. However, while evergreen browsers mean that many of us are going to see the majority of users having Grid Layout support very quickly, there are also old or non-supporting browsers to contend with. In this guide we will walk through a variety of strategies for support.
342 CSS grids, logical values and writing modes CSS, CSS Grids, Guides
For this guide, we will look at this feature of grid and other modern layout methods, learning a little about writing modes and logical versus physical properties as we do so.
343 Grid template areas CSS, CSS Grids, Guide
In the previous guide we looked at grid lines, and how to position items against those lines. When you use CSS Grid Layout you always have lines, and this can be a straightforward way to place items on your grid. However, there is an alternate method to use for positioning items on the grid which you can use alone or in combination with line-based placement. This method involves placing our items using named template areas, and we will find out exactly how this method works. You will see very quickly why we sometimes call this the ascii-art method of grid layout!
344 Layout using named grid lines CSS, CSS Grids, Guide
In previous guides we’ve looked at placing items by the lines created by defining grid tracks and also how to place items using named template areas. In this guide we are going to look at how these two things work together when we use named lines. Line naming is incredibly useful, but some of the more baffling looking grid syntax comes from this combination of names and track sizes. Once you work through some examples it should become clearer and easier to work with.
345 Line-based placement with CSS Grid CSS, CSS Grids, Guide
In the article covering the basic concepts of grid layout, we started to look at how to position items on a grid using line numbers. In this article we will fully explore how this fundamental feature of the specification works.
346 Realizing common layouts using CSS Grid Layout CSS, CSS Grids, Guides
To round off this set of guides to CSS Grid Layout, I am going to walk through a few different layouts, which demonstrate some of the different techniques you can use when designing with grid layout. We will look at an example using grid-template-areas, a typical 12-column flexible grid system, and also a product listing using auto-placement. As you can see from this set of examples, there is often more than one way to achieve the result you want with grid layout. Choose the method you find most helpful for the problems that you are solving and the designs that you need to implement.
347 Relationship of grid layout to other layout methods CSS, CSS Grids, Guide
CSS Grid Layout has been designed to work alongside other parts of CSS, as part of a complete system for doing layout. In this guide I will explain how a grid fits together with other techniques you may already be using.
348 CSS Images CSS, CSS Images, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Images is a module of CSS that defines what types of images can be used (the <image> type, containing URLs, gradients and other types of images), how to resize them and how they, and other replaced content, interact with the different layout models.
349 Implementing image sprites in CSS Advanced, CSS, CSS Image, Graphics, Guide, NeedsContent, Sprites, Web
Image sprites are used in numerous web apps where multiple images are used. Rather than include each image as a separate image file, it is much more memory and bandwidth-friendly to send them as a single image, so the number of HTTP requests is reduced.
350 Using CSS gradients Advanced, CSS, CSS Image, Example, Guide, NeedsLiveSample, NeedsUpdate, Web
CSS gradients are new types of <image> added in the CSS3 Image Module. Using CSS gradients lets you display smooth transitions between two or more specified colors.
351 CSS Lists and Counters CSS, CSS Lists and Counters, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Lists and Counters is a module of CSS that defines how lists can be laid out and styled, and how counters can be manipulated and styled.
352 Consistent list indentation CSS, Guide, Intermediate, NeedsUpdate
One of the most common style changes made to lists is a change in the indentation distance—that is, how far the list items are pushed over to the right.
353 Using CSS counters Advanced, CSS, CSS List, CSS Value, Guide, Layout, Reference, Web
CSS counters let you adjust the appearance of content based on its location in a document. For example, you can use counters to automatically number the headings in a webpage. Counters are, in essence, variables maintained by CSS whose values may be incremented by CSS rules to track how many times they're used.
354 CSS Logical Properties CSS, CSS Logical Properties, Overview, Reference
CSS Logical Properties is a module of CSS that defines logical mapping to physical properties to control the layout.
355 CSS Masks CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Overview
CSS Masks is a CSS module that defines means, including masking and clipping, for partially or fully hiding portions of visual elements.
356 CSS Miscellaneous CSS, Overview, Reference
These pages contain CSS properties that are highly experimental or don't fit in any other categories.
357 CSS Namespaces CSS, CSS Namespaces, Overview, Reference, Web
CSS Namespaces is a CSS module that allows authors to specify XML namespaces in CSS.
358 CSS Pages CSS, CSS Pages, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Pages is a module of CSS that defines how page switches are handled, as well as orphans and widows.
359 CSS Positioning CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Reference, Overview
CSS Positioning is a module of CSS that defines how to absolutely and relavitely position elements on the page.
360 Understanding CSS z-index Advanced, CSS, Guide, Understanding_CSS_z-index, Web
The z-index attribute lets you adjust the order of the layering of objects when rendering content.
361 Adding z-index Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
The first example, Stacking without z-index, explains how stacking is arranged by default. If you want to specify a different stacking order, you have to position an element and use the z-index property.
362 Stacking and float Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
For floating blocks the stacking order is a bit different. Floating blocks are placed between non-positioned blocks and positioned blocks:
363 Stacking context example 1 Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
Let's start with a basic example. In the root stacking context we have two DIVs (DIV #1 and DIV #3), both relatively positioned, but without z-index properties. Inside DIV #1 there is an absolutely positioned DIV #2, while in DIV #3 there is an absolutely positioned DIV #4, both without z-index properties.
364 Stacking context example 2 Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
This is a very simple example, but it is the key for understanding the concept of stacking context. There are the same four DIVs of the previous example, but now z-index properties are assigned on both levels of the hierarchy.
365 Stacking context example 3 Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
This last example shows problems that arise when mixing several positioned elements in a multi-level HTML hierarchy and when z-indexes are assigned using class selectors.
366 Stacking without z-index Advanced, CSS, Understanding_CSS_z-index
When no element has a z-index, elements are stacked in this order (from bottom to top):
367 The stacking context Advanced, CSS, Example, Guide, Understanding_CSS_z-index, Web
Stacking context is the three-dimensional conceptualization of HTML elements along an imaginary z-axis relative to the user who is assumed to be facing the viewport or the webpage. HTML elements occupy this space in priority order based on element attributes.
368 CSS Properties Reference CSS
The following is a basic list of the most common CSS properties with the equivalent of the DOM notation which is usually accessed from JavaScript:
369 CSS Ruby CSS, CSS Ruby, Overview, Reference
CSS Ruby is a module of CSS that provides the rendering model and formatting controls related to display ruby annotation, a form of interlinear annotation, short runs of text alongside the base text.
370 CSS Scroll Snap Points CSS, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Overview, Reference
CSS Scroll Snap Points is a module of CSS that defines properties and values that provide the author with the ability to control layout through logical, rather than physical, direction and dimension mappings
371 CSS Selectors CSS, CSS Selectors, Overview, Reference, Selectors
Selectors define to which elements a set of CSS rules apply.
372 Using the :target pseudo-class in selectors CSS, CSS_3, Selectors
When a URL points at a specific piece of a document, it can be difficult to ascertain. Find out how you can use some simple CSS to draw attention to the target of a URL and improve the user's experience.
373 CSS Shapes CSS, CSS Reference, CSS Shapes, Overview
CSS Shapes is a CSS module that defines geometric shapes for use in CSS values.
374 CSS Table CSS, CSS Reference, CSS Table, Overview
CSS Table is a CSS module that defines how to lay out table data.
375 CSS Text CSS, CSS Text, Overview
CSS Text is a module of CSS that defines how to perform text manipulation, like line breaking, justification and alignment, white space handling, and text transformation.
376 CSS Text Decoration CSS, CSS Reference, CSS Text Decoration, Overview
CSS Text Decoration is a module of CSS that defines features relating to text decoration, such as underlines, text shadows, and emphasis marks.
377 CSS Transforms CSS, CSS Reference, Experimental, Overview
CSS Transforms is a module of CSS that defines how elements styled with CSS can be transformed in two-dimensional or three-dimensional space.
378 Using CSS transforms Advanced, CSS, CSS Transforms, Guide
By modifying the coordinate space, CSS transforms change the shape and position of the affected content without disrupting the normal document flow. This guide provides an introduction to using transforms.
379 CSS Transitions CSS, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Overview, Reference
CSS Transitions is a module of CSS that defines how to create smooth transitions between values of given CSS properties. It allows to create them but also to define their evolution, using timing functions.
380 Using CSS transitions Advanced, CSS, CSS Transitions, CSS3 Transitions, Experimental, Guide, Tutorial
CSS transitions provide a way to control animation speed when changing CSS properties. Instead of having property changes take effect immediately, you can cause the changes in a property to take place over a period of time.
381 CSS Tutorials CSS, Guide, Tutorial
Learning CSS may be a daunting task. In order to help you, we have written numerous tutorials about CSS. Some are aimed at complete beginners, while others present complex features to be used by more experienced users.
382 CSS User Interface CSS, CSS Basic User Interface, Overview, Reference
CSS User Interface is a CSS module that allows to define the rendering and functionality of user interface related features.
383 Using URL values for the cursor property CSS, Gecko, NeedsUpdate, Reference
Gecko 1.8 (Firefox 1.5, SeaMonkey 1.0) supports URL values for the CSS cursor property on Windows and Linux. Mac support was added in Gecko 2 (Firefox 4). This allows specifying arbitrary images as mouse cursors — any image format supported by Gecko can be used.
384 CSS Writing Modes CSS, CSS Reference, CSS Writing Modes, Overview
CSS Writing Modes is a CSS module that defines various international writing modes, such as left-to-right (e.g. used by Latin and Indic scripts), right-to-left (e.g. used by Hebrew or Arabic scripts), bidirectional (used when mixing left-to-right and right-to-left scripts) and vertical (e.g. used by some Asian scripts).
385 CSS animated properties CSS
Some CSS properties can be animated, that is can change in a smooth way when its value change, either when used by CSS Animations or CSS Transitions.
386 CSS documentation index CSS
Found 773 pages:
387 CSS reference CSS, CSS Reference, l10n:priority
This CSS Reference shows the basic syntax of a CSS rule; lists all standard CSS properties, pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements, @-rules, units, and selectors, all together in alphabetical order, as well as just the selectors by type and allows you to quickly access detailed information for each of them. It not only lists the CSS 1 and CSS 2.1 properties, but also is a CSS3 reference that links to any CSS3 property and concept standardized, or already stabilized. Also included is a brief DOM-CSS / CSSOM reference.
388 CSS3 CSS, CSS Reference, Intermediate
CSS3 is the latest evolution of the Cascading Style Sheets language and aims at extending CSS2.1. It brings a lot of long-awaited novelties, like rounded corners, shadows, gradients, transitions or animations, as well as new layouts like multi-columns, flexible box or grid layouts.
389 CSSOM View CSS, CSSOM View, Experimental, Overview, Reference
CSSOM View is a module that allows to manipulate the visual view of a document, in particular its scrolling behavior.
390 Cascade CSS
The cascade is a fundamental feature of CSS. It is an algorithm defining how to combine properties values originating from different sources. It lies at the core of CSS as stressed by its name: Cascading Style Sheets.
391 Child selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Selectors
The > combinator separates two selectors and matches only those elements matched by the second selector that are direct children of elements matched by the first. By contrast, when two selectors are combined with the descendant selector, the combined selector expression matches those elements matched by the second selector for which there exists an ancestor element matched by the first selector, regardless of the number of "hops" up the DOM.
392 Class selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, Selectors
In an HTML document, CSS class selectors match an element based on the contents of the element's class attribute. The class attribute is defined as a space-separated list of items, and one of those items must match exactly the class name given in the selector.
393 Comments Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference
Comments are used to add explanatory notes or prevent the browser from interpreting parts of the style sheet.
394 Computed value CSS, Guide, Web
The computed value of a CSS property is computed from the specified value by:
395 Custom properties (--*) CSS, CSS Variables, Experimental, Reference
Property names that are prefixed with --, like --example-name, represent custom properties that contain a value than can be reused throughout the document using the (var()) function.
396 Descendant selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, Selectors
The descendant combinator — typically represented by a single space ( ) character — combines two selectors such that elements matched by the second selector are selected if they have an ancestor element matching the first selector. Selectors that utilize a descendant combinator are called descendant selectors.
397 Draft Implementations of CSS Features CSS
Mozilla supports a number of extensions to CSS that are prefixed with -moz-. The following list contains all Mozilla extensions that are implementations of features that are being standardized by the W3C. Proprietary features are omitted.
398 Filters Effects CSS, Filter Effects, Overview, Reference
Filter Effects is a module of CSS that defines a way of processing an element’s rendering before it is displayed in the document.
399 General sibling selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Selectors
The ~ combinator separates two selectors and matches the second element only if it is preceded by the first, and both are children of the same parent Element.
400 ID selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, Selectors
In an HTML document, CSS ID selectors match an element based on the contents of that element's id attribute, which must match exactly the value given in the selector.
401 Initial value CSS, Guide, Web
The initial value given in our summary of the definition of each CSS property has different meanings for inherited and non-inherited properties.
402 Layout mode CSS
A CSS layout mode, sometimes abbreviated as layout, is an algorithm determining the position and the size of boxes based on the way they interact with their sibling and ancestor boxes. There are several of them:
403 List of Proprietary CSS Features CSS, NeedsContent
This list includes proprietary extensions to CSS in different browser engines which are not experimental implementations of features being standardized (see Draft Implementations of CSS Features for a list of these).
404 Media queries CSS, Media Queries, Overview, Reference
Media Queries is a module of CSS that defines expressions allowing developers to tailor presentation to a specific range of output devices without changing the content itself.
405 Testing media queries Advanced, CSS, DOM, Guide, Media Queries, MediaQueryList, Responsive Design, Web, matchMedia
The DOM provides features that can test the results of a media query programmatically, via the MediaQueryList interface and its methods and properties. Once you've created a MediaQueryList object, you can check the result of the query or receive notifications when the result changes.
406 Using media queries Advanced, CSS, Device, Guide, Media, Media Queries, Mozilla, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Responsive Design, Web, comma-seperated list, grid, media features, monochrome, query, resolution
A media query consists of an optional media type and zero or more expressions that limit the style sheets' scope by using media features, such as width, height, and color. Media queries, added in CSS3, let the presentation of content be tailored to a specific range of output devices without having to change the content itself.
407 Motion Path CSS, Experimental, Motion Path, Overview, Reference
Motion Path is a module that allows authors to animate any graphical object along a custom path.
408 Mozilla CSS Extensions CSS, CSS Reference, CSS:Mozilla Extensions
Mozilla supports a number of extensions to CSS that are prefixed with -moz-.
409 Mozilla CSS support chart CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsUpdate
This page lists supported CSS selectors, properties, @-rules, Media queries and values in alphabetical order.
410 Paged Media CSS, CSS3, Page Breaks
Paged media properties control the presentation of content for print or any other media that splits content into discrete pages. It allows you to set page breaks, control printable area, style left and right pages differently, and control breaks inside elements. Popularly supported properties include
411 Privacy and the :visited selector CSS, Security
Historically, the CSS :visited selector has been a way for sites to query the user's history, by using getComputedStyle() or other techniques to walk through the user's history to figure out what sites the user has visited. This can be done quickly, and makes it possible not only to determine where the user has been on the web, but can also be used to guess a lot of information about a user's identity.
412 Pseudo-classes CSS, CSS Reference, Intermediate, Selectors
A CSS pseudo-class is a keyword added to a selector that specifies a special state of the selected element(s). For example, :hover can be used to apply a style when the user hovers over a button.
413 Pseudo-elements Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, Reference, Selectors, pseudo-elements
A CSS pseudo-element is a keyword added to a selector that lets you style a specific part of the selected element(s). For example, ::first-line can be used to style the first line of a paragraph.
414 Questions about CSS Beginner, CSS, Junk, NeedsContent, NeedsHelp
No summary!
415 Replaced element CSS, CSS Reference
In CSS, a replaced element is an element whose representation is outside the scope of CSS. These are a type of external object whose representation is independent of the CSS. Typical replaced elements are:
416 Resolved value CSS
The resolved value of a CSS property is the value returned by getComputedStyle(). For most properties, it is the computed value, but for a few legacy properties (including width and height), it is instead the used value. See the specification link below for more per-property details.
417 Scaling of SVG backgrounds Background, CSS, Guide, Images, SVG
Given the flexibility of SVG images, there's a lot to keep in mind when using them as background images with the background-image property, and even more to keep in mind when also scaling them using the background-size property. This article describes how scaling of SVG images is handled when using these properties.
418 Shorthand properties CSS, Guide, Web
Shorthand properties are CSS properties that let you set the values of several other CSS properties simultaneously. Using a shorthand property, a Web developer can write more concise and often more readable style sheets, saving time and energy.
419 Specificity Beginner, CSS, Example, Guide, Web
Specificity is the means by which browsers decide which CSS property values are the most relevant to an element and, therefore, will be applied. Specificity is based on the matching rules which are composed of different sorts of CSS selectors.
420 Syntax Beginner, CSS, Guide, Web
The basic goal of the Cascading Stylesheet (CSS) language is to allow a browser engine to paint elements of the page with specific features, like colors, positioning, or decorations. The CSS syntax reflects this goal and its basic building blocks are:
421 Tools CSS
CSS offers a number of powerful features that can be tricky to use, or have a number of parameters, so that it's helpful to be able to visualize them while you work on them. This page offers links to a number of useful tools that will help you build the CSS to style your content using these features.
422 Cubic Bezier Generator CSS, Tools
This is a sample tool; it lets you edit Bezier curves. This is not really yet a useful tool, but will be!
423 Linear-gradient Generator CSS, Tools
This tool can be used to create custom CSS3 linear-gradient() backgrounds.
424 Type selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, HTML, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Node, Selectors, node name
CSS type selectors match elements by node name. Used alone, therefore, a type selector for a particular node name selects all elements of that type — that is, with that node name — in the document.
425 Universal selectors Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Selectors
An asterisk (*) is the universal selector for CSS. It matches a single element of any type. Omitting the asterisk with simple selectors has the same effect. For instance, *.warning and .warning are considered equal.
426 Used value CSS, Guide, Web
The used value of a CSS property is the final value of that property after all calculations have been performed.
427 Using CSS variables CSS, CSS Variables, Guide, Web
CSS Variables are entities defined by CSS authors which contain specific values to be reused throughout a document. They are set using custom property notation (e.g. --main-color: black;) and are accessed using the var() function (e.g. color: var(--main-color);) .
428 Value definition syntax Beginner, CSS, CSS Reference
No summary!
429 Visual formatting model CSS, CSS Basic Concepts, Intermediate, NeedsUpdate
The CSS visual formatting model is an algorithm that processes a document and displays it on visual media. This model is a basic concept of CSS.
430 WebKit extensions CSS, CSS Reference
WebKit supports a number of extensions to CSS that are prefixed with -webkit. All -webkit prefixed properties also work with an -apple prefix.
431 align-content CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS align-content property defines how the browser distributes space between and around content items along the main-axis of their container, which is serving as a flexible box container.
432 align-items CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS align-items property defines how the browser distributes space between and around flex items along the cross-axis of their container. This means it works like justify-content but in the perpendicular direction.
433 align-self CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The align-self CSS property aligns flex items of the current flex line overriding the align-items value. If any of the item's cross-axis margin is set to auto, then align-self is ignored.
434 all CSS, CSS Cascade, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS all shorthand property resets all properties, apart from unicode-bidi and direction, to their initial or inherited value.
435 animation CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation CSS property is a shorthand property for animation-name, animation-duration, animation-timing-function, animation-delay, animation-iteration-count, animation-direction, animation-fill-mode, and animation-play-state.
436 animation-delay CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-delay CSS property specifies when an animation should start. You can begin the animation at a future point in time, immediately and from its begining, or immediately and partway through the animation cycle.
437 animation-direction CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-direction CSS property specifies whether an animation should play forwards, backwards, or alternating back and forth.
438 animation-duration CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-duration CSS property specifies the length of time that an animation should take to complete one cycle.
439 animation-fill-mode CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Property, Reference, animation-fill-mode
The animation-fill-mode CSS property specifies how a CSS animation should apply styles to its target before and after its execution.
440 animation-iteration-count CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-iteration-count CSS property specifies the number of times an animation cycle should be played before stopping. If multiple values are specified, each time the animation is played, the next value in the list is used, cycling back to the first value after the last one is used.
441 animation-name CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-name CSS property specifies one or more animations that should be applied to an element. Each name indicates an @keyframes at-rule that defines the property values for the animation sequence.
442 animation-play-state CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The animation-play-state CSS property specifies whether an animation is running or paused. In JavaScript, this can be queried to determine whether or not the animation is currently running. In addition, you can use JavaScript to set its value to pause or resume playback of an animation.
443 animation-timing-function CSS, CSS Animations, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The animation-timing-function CSS property specifies how a CSS animation should progress over the duration of each cycle.
444 attr CSS, CSS Function, Layout, Reference, Web
The attr() CSS function is used to retrieve the value of an attribute of the selected element and use it in the style sheet. It can be used on pseudo-elements too and, in this case, the value of the attribute on the pseudo-element's originated element is returned.
445 aural CSS, CSS Reference
A media group defined by the CSS standards.
446 azimuth CSS, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, NeedsUpdate
In combination with elevation, azimuth enables different audio sources to be positioned spatially for aural presentation. This is important in that it provides a natural way to tell several voices apart, as each can be positioned to originate at a different location on the sound stage. Stereo output produce a lateral sound stage, while binaural headphones and multi-speaker setups allow for a fully three-dimensional stage.
447 backdrop-filter CSS, CSS Property, Graphics, Layout, NeedsContent, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG, SVG Filter, Web
The backdrop-filter property provides for effects like blurring or color shifting the area behind an element, which can then be seen through that element by adjusting the element's transparency/opacity.
448 backface-visibility CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The backface-visibility CSS property determines whether or not the back face of the element is visible when facing the user. The back face of an element is always a transparent background, letting, when visible, a mirror image of the front face be displayed.
449 background CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Reference
The background CSS property is a shorthand for setting the individual background values in a single place in the style sheet. background can be used to set the values for one or more of: background-clip, background-color, background-image, background-origin, background-position, background-repeat, background-size, and background-attachment.
450 background-attachment CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Reference
If a background-image is specified, the background-attachment CSS property determines whether that image's position is fixed within the viewport, or scrolls along with its containing block.
451 background-blend-mode CSS, CSS Compositing, CSS Property
The background-blend-mode CSS property describes how the element's background images should blend with each other and the element's background color.
452 background-clip CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The background-clip CSS property specifies whether an element's background, either the color or image, extends underneath its border.
453 background-color CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Graphics, Layout, Reference
The background-color CSS property sets the background color of an element, either through a color value or the keyword transparent.
454 background-image CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The CSS background-image property sets one or several background images for an element.
455 background-origin CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Reference
The background-origin CSS property determines the background positioning area, that is the position of the origin of an image specified using the background-image CSS property.
456 background-position CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The background-position CSS property sets the initial position for each defined background image, relative to the background position layer defined by background-origin.
457 background-position-x CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The background-position-x CSS property sets the initial horizontal position, relative to the background position layer defined by background-origin for each defined background image. For more information, see the background-position property, which has been widely supported.
458 background-position-y CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The background-position-y CSS property sets the initial vertical position, relative to the background position layer defined by background-origin for each defined background image. For more information, see the background-position property, which has been widely supported for much longer.
459 background-repeat CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, Reference
The background-repeat CSS property defines how background images are repeated. A background image can be repeated along the horizontal axis, the vertical axis, both axes, or not repeated at all.
460 background-size CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The background-size CSS property specifies the size of the background images. The size of the image can be fully constrained or only partially in order to preserve its intrinsic ratio.
461 block-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The block-size CSS property defines the horizontal or vertical size of an element's block, depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to either the width or the height property, depending on the value of writing-mode.
462 border CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The border CSS property is a shorthand property for setting all individual border property values at once: border-width, border-style, and border-color. As with all shorthand properties, any individual value that is not specified is set to its corresponding initial value. Importantly, border cannot be used to specify a custom value for border-image, but instead sets it to its initial value, i.e., none.
463 border-block-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-block-end CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical block end border property values in a single place in the style sheet. border-block-end can be used to set the values for one or more of: border-block-end-width, border-block-end-style, border-block-end-color. It maps to a physical border depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-topborder-rightborder-bottom, or border-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
464 border-block-end-color CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-block-end-color CSS property defines the color of the logical block end border of an element, which maps to a physical border color depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-colorborder-right-colorborder-bottom-color, or border-left-color property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
465 border-block-end-style CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The border-block-end-style CSS property defines the style of the logical block end border of an element, which maps to a physical border style depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-styleborder-right-styleborder-bottom-style, or border-left-style property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
466 border-block-end-width CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The border-block-end-width CSS property defines the width of the logical block end border of an element, which maps to a physical border width depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-widthborder-right-widthborder-bottom-width, or border-left-width property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
467 border-block-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-block-start CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical block start border property values in a single place in the style sheet. border-block-start can be used to set the values for one or more of: border-block-start-width, border-block-start-style, border-block-start-color. It maps to a physical border depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-topborder-rightborder-bottom, or border-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
468 border-block-start-color CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-block-start-color CSS property defines the color of the logical block start border of an element, which maps to a physical border color depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-colorborder-right-colorborder-bottom-color, or border-left-color property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
469 border-block-start-style CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-block-start-style CSS property defines the style of the logical block start border of an element, which maps to a physical border style depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-styleborder-right-styleborder-bottom-style, or border-left-style property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
470 border-block-start-width CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The border-block-start-width CSS property defines the width of the logical block start border of an element, which maps to a physical border width depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-widthborder-right-widthborder-bottom-width, or border-left-width property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
471 border-bottom CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-bottom CSS property is a shorthand that sets the values of border-bottom-color, border-bottom-style, and border-bottom-width. These properties describe the bottom border of elements.
472 border-bottom-color CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-bottom-color CSS property sets the color of the bottom border of an element. Note that in many cases the shorthand CSS properties border-color or border-bottom are more convenient and preferable.
473 border-bottom-left-radius CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-bottom-left-radius CSS property sets the rounding of the bottom-left corner of the element.
474 border-bottom-right-radius CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-bottom-right-radius CSS property sets the rounding of the bottom-right corner of the element.
475 border-bottom-style CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-bottom-style CSS property sets the line style of the bottom border of a box.
476 border-bottom-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-bottom-width CSS property sets the width of the bottom border of a box.
477 border-collapse CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, CSS Tables, Reference
The border-collapse CSS property specifies whether a table's borders are separated or collapsed. In the separated-border model, adjacent cells each have their own distinct borders. In the collapsed-border model, adjacent cells share borders.
478 border-color CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-color CSS property is a shorthand for setting the color of the four sides of an element's border: border-top-color, border-right-color, border-bottom-color, border-left-color
479 border-image CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-image CSS property allows drawing an image on the borders of elements. This makes drawing complex looking widgets much simpler than it has been and removes the need for nine boxes in some cases. The border-image is used instead of the border styles given by the border-style properties.
480 border-image-outset CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The border-image-outset property describes by what amount the border image area extends beyond the border box.
481 border-image-repeat CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-image-repeat CSS property defines how the middle part of a border image is handled so that it can match the size of the border. It has a one-value syntax that describes the behavior of all the sides, and a two-value syntax that sets a different value for the horizontal and vertical behavior.
482 border-image-slice CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The border-image-slice CSS property divides the image specified by border-image-source in nine regions: the four corners, the four edges and the middle.
483 border-image-source CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-image-source CSS property defines the <image> to use instead of the style of the border. If this property is set to none, the style defined by border-style is used instead.
484 border-image-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-image-width CSS property defines the width of the border image by defining inward offsets from the border edges. If the border-image-width is greater than the border-width, then the border image extends beyond the padding (and/or content) edge.
485 border-inline-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-end CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical inline end border property values in a single place in the style sheet. border-inline-end can be used to set the values for one or more of: border-inline-end-width, border-inline-end-style, border-inline-end-color. It maps to a physical border depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-topborder-rightborder-bottom, or border-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
486 border-inline-end-color CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The border-inline-end-color CSS property defines the color of the logical inline end border of an element, which maps to a physical border color depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-colorborder-right-colorborder-bottom-color, or border-left-color property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
487 border-inline-end-style CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-end-style CSS property defines the style of the logical inline end border of an element, which maps to a physical border style depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation.
488 border-inline-end-width CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-end-width CSS property defines the width of the logical inline end border of an element, which maps to a physical border width depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation.
489 border-inline-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-start CSS property is a shorthand property for setting the individual logical inline start border property values in a single place in the style sheet.
490 border-inline-start-color CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-start-color CSS property defines the color of the logical inline start border of an element, which maps to a physical border color depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-colorborder-right-colorborder-bottom-color, or border-left-color property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
491 border-inline-start-style CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The border-inline-start-style CSS property defines the style of the logical inline start border of an element, which maps to a physical border style depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-styleborder-right-styleborder-bottom-style, or border-left-style property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
492 border-inline-start-width CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The border-inline-start-width CSS property defines the width of the logical inline start border of an element, which maps to a physical border width depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the border-top-widthborder-right-widthborder-bottom-width, or border-left-width property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
493 border-left CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-left CSS property is a shorthand that sets the values of border-left-color, border-left-style, and border-left-width. These properties describe the left border of elements.
494 border-left-color CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-left-color CSS property sets the color of the left border of an element. Note that in many cases the shorthand CSS properties border-color or border-left are more convenient and preferable.
495 border-left-style CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-left-style CSS property sets the line style of the left border of a box.
496 border-left-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-left-width CSS property sets the width of the left border of a box.
497 border-radius CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-radius CSS property allows Web authors to define how rounded border corners are. The curve of each corner is defined using one or two radii, defining its shape: circle or ellipse.
498 border-right CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-right CSS property is a shorthand that sets the values of border-right-color, border-right-style, and border-right-width. These properties describe the right border of elements.
499 border-right-color CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-right-color CSS property sets the color of the right border of an element. Note that in many cases the shorthand CSS properties  border-color or border-right are more convenient and preferable.
500 border-right-style CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-right-style CSS property sets the line style of the right border of a box.
501 border-right-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-right-width CSS property sets the width of the right border of a box.
502 border-spacing CSS, CSS Property, CSS Tables, Reference
The border-spacing CSS property specifies the distance between the borders of adjacent table cells (only for the separated borders model). This is equivalent to the cellspacing attribute in presentational HTML, but an optional second value can be used to set different horizontal and vertical spacing.
503 border-style CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-style property is a shorthand property for setting the line style for all four sides of the element´s border.
504 border-top CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-top CSS property is a shorthand that sets the values of border-top-color, border-top-style, and border-top-width. These properties describe the top border of elements.
505 border-top-color CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-top-color CSS property sets the color of the top border of an element. Note that in many cases the shorthand CSS properties border-color or border-top are more convenient and preferable.
506 border-top-left-radius CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-top-left-radius CSS property sets the rounding of the top-left corner of the element.
507 border-top-right-radius CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The border-top-right-radius CSS property sets the rounding of the top-right corner of the element.
508 border-top-style CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-top-style CSS property sets the line style of the top border of a box.
509 border-top-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-top-width CSS property sets the width of the top border of a box.
510 border-width CSS, CSS Borders, CSS Property, Reference
The border-width property is a shorthand property for setting border-top-widthborder-right-widthborder-bottom-width and border-left-width of a box at the same place.
511 bottom CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Reference
The bottom CSS property participates in specifying the vertical position of a positioned element. It has no effect on non-positioned elements.
512 box-align CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, NeedsUpdate, Non-standard, Reference
See Flexbox for more information.
513 box-decoration-break CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The box-decoration-break CSS property specifies how the background, padding, border, border-image, box-shadow, margin and clip of an element is applied when the box for the element is fragmented.  Fragmentation occurs when an inline box wraps onto multiple lines, or when a block spans more than one column inside a column layout container, or spans a page break when printed.  Each piece of the rendering for the element is called a fragment.
514 box-direction CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, NeedsUpdate, Reference
The CSS box-direction property specifies whether a box lays out its contents normally (from the top or left edge), or in reverse (from the bottom or right edge). See Flexbox for more about the properties of flexbox elements.
515 box-flex CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
See Flexbox for more information on what you should be using instead of this property.
516 box-flex-group CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
See Flexbox for more information.
517 box-lines CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
See Flexbox for more information.
518 box-ordinal-group CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The CSS box-ordinal-group property assigns the flexbox's child elements to an ordinal group. See Flexbox for more about the properties of flexbox elements.
519 box-orient CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-Standard, Non-standard, Reference
The CSS box-orient property specifies whether an element lays out its contents horizontally or vertically. See Flexbox for more about the properties of flexbox elements.
520 box-pack CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard
See Flexbox for more information.
521 box-shadow CSS, CSS Background, CSS Property, CSS3, Reference, css3-background
The box-shadow CSS property describes one or more shadow effects as a comma-separated list.
522 box-sizing CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The CSS box-sizing property is used to alter the default CSS box model used to calculate width and height of the elements.
523 box-suppress CSS, CSS Display, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The box-suppress CSS property controls the box generation of an element.
524 break-after CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The break-after CSS property describes the page, column, or region break behavior (in other words, how and whether to break) after the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
525 break-before CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The break-before CSS property describes the page, column or region break behavior before the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
526 break-inside CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, NeedsExample, Reference
The break-inside CSS property describes how the page, column or region break inside the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
527 calc() CSS, CSS Function, Layout, Reference, Web
The calc() CSS function can be used anywhere a <length>, <frequency>, <angle>, <time>, <number>, or <integer> is required. With calc(), you can perform calculations to determine CSS property values.
528 caption-side CSS, CSS Property, CSS Tables, Reference
The caption-side CSS property puts the content of a table's <caption> on the specified side. The values are relative to the writing-mode of the table.
529 caret-color CSS, CSS Property, CSS UI, Reference
The caret-color CSS property specifies the color of the caret, the visible indicator of the insertion point in an element where text and other content can be inserted by the user's typing or editing.
530 clear CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Reference
The clear CSS property specifies whether an element can be next to floating elements that precede it or must be moved down (cleared) below them. The clear property applies to both floating and non-floating elements.
531 clip CSS, CSS Property, Deprecated, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The clip CSS property defines what portion of an element is visible. The clip property applies only to absolutely positioned elements, that is elements with position:absolute or position:fixed.
532 clip-path CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference, Web
The clip-path CSS property creates a clipping region that defines what part of an element should be displayed. Those portions that are inside the region are shown, while those outside are hidden. The clipping region is a path specified either as a URL referencing inline or external SVG, or as a shape, such as a circle().
533 color CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Reference, Web
The color CSS property sets the foreground color value of an element's text content and text decorations. It also sets the <currentcolor> value, which may be used as an indirect value on other properties, and is the default for other color properties, such as border-color.
534 column-count CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-count CSS property describes the number of columns of the element.
535 column-fill CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-fill CSS property controls how contents are partitioned into columns.
536 column-gap CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-gap CSS property sets the size of the gap between columns for elements which are specified to be displayed as multi-column elements.
537 column-rule CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Property, Reference, column-rule, columns
In multi-column layouts, the column-rule CSS property specifies a straight line, or "rule", to be drawn between each column.
538 column-rule-color CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-rule-color CSS property lets you set the color of the "rule" or line drawn between columns in multi-column layouts.
539 column-rule-style CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-rule-style CSS property lets you set the style of the rule drawn between columns in multi-column layouts.
540 column-rule-width CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The column-rule-width CSS property lets you set the width of the rule drawn between columns in multi-column layouts.
541 column-span CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, Reference
The column-span CSS property makes it possible for an element to span across all columns when its value is set to all. An element that spans more than one column is called a spanning element.
542 column-width CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, Reference
The column-width CSS property specifies the minimum column width. The number of columns will be the maximum number of columns that can fit without any column having a width less than the column-width value. The actual column width may be smaller than the value of column-width if the width of the container is smaller.
543 columns CSS, CSS Multi-columns, CSS Property, Reference
The columns CSS property is a shorthand property allowing to set both the column-width and the column-count properties at the same time.
544 contain CSS, CSS Containment, CSS Property, Experimental, Layout, Paint, Reference, Style, Web
The contain property allows an author to indicate that an element and its contents are, as much as possible, independent of the rest of the document tree. This allows the browser to recalculate layout, style, paint, size, or any combination of them for a limited area of the DOM and not the entire page.
545 content CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The content CSS property is used with the ::before and ::after pseudo-elements to generate content in an element. Objects inserted using the content property are anonymous replaced elements.
546 counter-increment CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The counter-increment CSS property increases or decreases the value of a CSS counter by a given amount. The counter's value can be reset to an arbitrary number using the counter-reset CSS property.
547 counter-reset CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The counter-reset CSS property resets a CSS counter to a given value. The counter's value can increased or decreased using the counter-increment CSS property.
548 cursor CSS, CSS Property, Cursor, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The cursor CSS property specifies which mouse cursor to display when the mouse pointer is over an element.
549 direction BiDi, CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The direction CSS property sets the direction of text, table columns, and horizontal overflow.
550 display CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The display CSS property specifies the type of rendering box used for an element. In HTML, default display property values are taken from behaviors described in the HTML specifications or from the browser/user default stylesheet. The default value in XML is inline.
551 display-inside CSS, CSS Display, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The display-inside CSS property specifies the inner display type of the box generated by an element, dictating how its contents lay out inside the box.
552 display-list CSS, CSS Display, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The display-list CSS property specifies whether a list marker should be displayed for an element.
553 display-outside CSS, CSS Display, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The display-outside CSS property specifies the outer display type of the box generated by an element, dictating how the element participates in its parent formatting context.
554 element CSS, CSS Function, CSS4-images, Layout, Reference, Référence, Web
The element() CSS function defines an <image> value generated from an arbitrary HTML element. This image is live, meaning that if the HTML element is changed, the CSS properties using the resulting value are automatically updated.
555 empty-cells CSS, CSS Property, CSS Tables, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The empty-cells CSS property specifies how user agents should render borders and backgrounds around cells that have no visible content.
556 filter CSS, CSS Property, Reference, SVG, SVG Filter, filter
The filter property provides graphical effects like blurring, sharpening, or color shifting an element. Filters are commonly used to adjust the rendering of images, backgrounds, and borders.
557 fit-content() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Grid, Experimental, Layout, Reference, Web
The fit-content() CSS function clamps a given size to an available size according to the formula min(maximum size, max(minimum size, argument)).
558 flex CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The flex CSS property specifies how a flex item will grow or shrink so as to fit the space available in its flex container.
559 flex-basis CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The flex-basis CSS property specifies the flex basis which is the initial main size of a flex item. This property determines the size of the content-box unless specified otherwise using box-sizing.
560 flex-direction CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The flex-direction CSS property specifies how flex items are placed in the flex container defining the main axis and the direction (normal or reversed).
561 flex-flow CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The flex-flow CSS property is a shorthand property for flex-direction and flex-wrap individual properties.
562 flex-grow CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, NeedsContent, Reference
The flex-grow CSS property specifies the flex grow factor of a flex item. It specifies what amount of space inside the flex container the item should take up.
563 flex-shrink CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, NeedsContent, Reference
The flex-shrink CSS property specifies the flex shrink factor of a flex item. Flex items will shrink to fill the container according to the flex-shrink number, when the default width of flex items is wider than the flex container.
564 flex-wrap CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS flex-wrap property specifies whether flex items are forced into a single line or can be wrapped onto multiple lines. If wrapping is allowed, this property also enables you to control the direction in which lines are stacked.
565 float CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Reference
The float CSS property specifies that an element should be placed along the left or right side of its container, where text and inline elements will wrap around it. Then the element is taken from the normal flow of the web page, though still remaining a part of the flow, contrary to absolute positioning.
566 font CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font CSS property is either a shorthand property for setting font-style, font-variant, font-weight, font-size, line-height, and font-family; or a way to set the element's font to a system font, using specific keywords.
567 font-family CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-family CSS property specifies a prioritized list of one or more font family names and/or generic family names for the selected element.
568 font-feature-settings CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-feature-settings CSS property gives you control over advanced typographic features in OpenType fonts.
569 font-kerning CSS, CSS Property, Fonts, Property, Reference
The font-kerning CSS property controls the usage of the kerning information; that is, it controls how letters are spaced. The kerning information is stored in the font, and if the font is well-kerned, this feature allows spacing between characters to be very similar, whatever the characters are.
570 font-language-override CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-language-override CSS property controls the usage of language-specific glyphs in a typeface.
571 font-size CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-size CSS property specifies the size of the font . Setting the font size may change the size of other items, since it is used to compute the value of the em and ex <length> units.
572 font-size-adjust CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The font-size-adjust CSS property specifies that font size should be chosen based on the height of lowercase letters rather than the height of capital letters. This is useful since the legibility of fonts, especially at small sizes, is determined more by the size of lowercase letters than by the size of capital letters.
573 font-smooth CSS, CSS Reference
The font-smooth CSS property controls the application of anti-aliasing when fonts are rendered.
574 font-stretch CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-stretch property selects a normal, condensed, or expanded face from a font.
575 font-style CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference, Web, font
The font-style CSS property specifies whether a font should be styled with a normal, italic, or oblique face from its font-family.
576 font-synthesis CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-synthesis CSS property controls which missing typefaces, bold or italic, may be synthesized by the browser.
577 font-variant CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-variant CSS property is a shorthand for the longhand properties font-variant-caps, font-variant-numeric, font-variant-alternates, font-variant-ligatures, and font-variant-east-asian. You can also set the CSS Level 2 (Revision 1) values of font-variant, (that is, normal or small-caps), by using the font shorthand.
578 font-variant-alternates CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-variant-alternates CSS property controls the usage of alternate glyphs. These alternate glyphs may be referenced by alternative names defined in @font-feature-values.
579 font-variant-caps CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-variant-caps CSS property controls the usage of alternate glyphs for capital letters.
580 font-variant-east-asian CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The font-variant-east-asian CSS property controls the usage of alternate glyphs for East Asian scripts, like Japanese and Chinese.
581 font-variant-ligatures CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, CSS Reference, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The font-variant-ligatures CSS property controls which ligatures and contextual forms are used in textual content of the elements it applies to. This leads to more harmonized forms in the resulting text.
582 font-variant-numeric CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The font-variant-numeric CSS property controls the usage of alternate glyphs for numbers, fractions, and ordinal markers.
583 font-variant-position CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The font-variant-position CSS property controls the usage of alternate, smaller glyphs that are positioned as superscript or subscript relative to the baseline of the font (which remains unchanged). These glyphs are likely to be used in <sub> and <sup> elements.
584 font-variation-settings CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Needs, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
The font-variation-settings CSS property provides low-level control over OpenType or TrueType font typographic features, by specifying the four letter axis names of the features you want to vary, along with their variation values.
585 font-weight CSS, CSS Fonts, CSS Property, Reference
The font-weight CSS property specifies the weight (or boldness) of the font. The font weights available to you will depend on the font-family you are using. Some fonts are only available in normal and bold.
586 grid CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid CSS property is a shorthand property that sets all of the explicit grid properties (grid-template-rows, grid-template-columns, and grid-template-areas), all the implicit grid properties (grid-auto-rows, grid-auto-columns, and grid-auto-flow), and the gutter properties (grid-column-gap and grid-row-gap) in a single declaration.
587 grid-area CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-area CSS property is a shorthand property for grid-row-start, grid-column-start, grid-row-end and grid-column-end, specifying a grid item’s size and location within the grid row by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the edges of its grid area.
588 grid-auto-columns CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The grid-auto-columns CSS property specifies the size of an implicitly-created grid column track.
589 grid-auto-flow CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-auto-flow CSS property controls how the auto-placement algorithm works, specifying exactly how auto-placed items get flowed into the grid.
590 grid-auto-rows CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-auto-rows CSS property specifies the size of an implicitly-created grid row track.
591 grid-column CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-column CSS property is a shorthand property for grid-column-start and grid-column-end specifying a grid item's size and location within the grid row by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the inline-start and inline-end edge of its grid area.
592 grid-column-end CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-column-end CSS property specifies a grid item’s end position within the grid column by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the block-end edge of its grid area.
593 grid-column-gap CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-column-gap CSS property specifies the gutter between grid columns.
594 grid-column-start CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-column-start CSS property specifies a grid item’s start position within the grid column by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement. This start position defines the block-start edge of the grid area.
595 grid-gap CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-gap CSS property is a shorthand property for grid-row-gap and grid-column-gap specifying the gutters between grid rows and columns.
596 grid-row CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-row CSS property is a shorthand property for grid-row-start and grid-row-end specifying a grid item’s size and location within the grid row by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the inline-start and inline-end edge of its grid area.
597 grid-row-end CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-row-end CSS property specifies a grid item’s end position within the grid row by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the inline-end edge of its grid area.
598 grid-row-gap CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-row-gap CSS property specifies the gutter between grid rows.
599 grid-row-start CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-row-start CSS property specifies a grid item’s start position within the grid row by contributing a line, a span, or nothing (automatic) to its grid placement, thereby specifying the inline-start edge of its grid area.
600 grid-template CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-template CSS property is a shorthand property for defining grid columns, rows and areas.
601 grid-template-areas CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-template-areas CSS property specifies named grid areas.
602 grid-template-columns CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-template-columns CSS property defines the line names and track sizing functions of the grid columns.
603 grid-template-rows CSS, CSS Grid, CSS Property, Reference
The grid-template-rows CSS property defines the line names and track sizing functions of the grid rows.
604 hanging-punctuation CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Reference
The hanging-punctuation property specifies whether a punctuation mark, at the start or end of a line of text, hangs and may be placed outside the line box.
605 height CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The height CSS property specifies the height of the content area of an element. The content area is inside the padding, border, and margin of the element.
606 hyphens CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The hyphens CSS property specifies how words should be hyphenated when text wraps across multiple lines. You can prevent hyphenation entirely, use hyphenation in manually-specified points within the text, or let the browser automatically insert hyphens where appropriate.
607 image-orientation CSS, CSS Image, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The image-orientation CSS property describes how to correct the default orientation of an image.
608 image-rendering CSS, CSS Image, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG
The image-rendering CSS property provides a hint to the browser about the algorithm it should use to scale images.
609 ime-mode CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The ime-mode CSS property controls the state of the input method editor for text fields.
610 inherit CSS, CSS Cascade, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
The inherit CSS-value causes the element for which it is specified to take the computed value of the property from its parent element. It is allowed on every CSS property.
611 inheritance CSS, Guide, Web
The summary of every CSS property definition says whether that property is inherited by default ("Inherited: Yes") or not inherited by default ("Inherited: no"). This controls what happens when no value is specified for a property on an element.
612 initial CSS, CSS Cascade, Layout, Reference, Web
The initial CSS keyword applies the initial value of a property to an element. It is allowed on every CSS property and causes the element for which it is specified to use the initial value of the property.
613 initial-letter CSS, CSS Inline, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, Reference, Web
The initial-letter CSS property specifies styling for dropped, raised, and sunken initial letters.
614 initial-letter-align CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Graphics, Layout, NeedsExample, NeedsLiveSample, Property, Reference, Web
The initial-letter-align CSS property specifies the alignment of initial letters within a paragraph.
615 inline-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The inline-size CSS property defines the horizontal or vertical size of an element's block, depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to either the width or the height property, depending on the value of writing-mode.
616 isolation CSS, CSS Compositing, CSS Property
The isolation CSS property defines if the element must create a new stacking context.
617 justify-content CSS, CSS Box Alignment, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS justify-content property defines how the browser distributes space between and around content items along the main axis of their container.
618 justify-items CSS, CSS Box Alignment, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS justify-items property defines the default justify-self for all items of the box, given them the default way of justifying each box along the appropriate axis.
619 justify-self CSS, CSS Box Alignment, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS justify-self property defines the way of justifying a box inside its container along the appropriate axis.
620 left CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Reference
The left CSS property participates in specifying the horizontal position of a positioned element. It has no effect on non-positioned elements.
621 letter-spacing CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG
The letter-spacing CSS property specifies the spacing behavior between text characters.
622 line-break CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsExample, Property, Reference
The line-break CSS property is used to specify how (or if) to break lines when working with punctuation and symbols.
623 line-height CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The line-height CSS property sets the amount of space used for lines, such as in text. On block-level elements, it specifies the minimum height of line boxes within the element. On non-replaced inline elements, it specifies the height that is used to calculate line box height.
624 linear-gradient() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Image, Graphics, Layout, NeedsNewCompatTable, Reference, Web
The linear-gradient() CSS function creates a linear, progressive transition between two or more colors. Its result is an object of the <gradient> data type, which is a special kind of <image>.
625 list-style CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, Reference
The list-style CSS property is a shorthand for setting the individual values that define how a list is displayed: list-style-type, list-style-image, and list-style-position.
626 list-style-image CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, Reference
The list-style-image property specifies an image to be used as the list item marker. It is often more convenient to use the shorthand list-style.
627 list-style-position CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, Reference
The list-style-position property specifies the position of the marker box in the principal block box.
628 list-style-type CSS, CSS List, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The list-style-type property specifies the appearance of a list item element.
629 margin CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The margin CSS property sets the margin area on all four sides of an element. It is a shorthand that sets all individual margins at once: margin-top, margin-right, margin-bottom, and margin-left.
630 margin-block-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The margin-block-end CSS property defines the logical block end margin of an element, which maps to a physical margin depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation.
631 margin-block-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The margin-block-start CSS property defines the logical block start margin of an element, which maps to a physical margin depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation.
632 margin-bottom CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The margin-bottom CSS property sets the margin area on the bottom of an element. A positive value will place it farther than normal from its neighbors, while a negative value will place it closer.
633 margin-inline-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The margin-inline-end CSS property defines the logical inline end margin of an element, which maps to a physical margin depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. In other words, it corresponds to the margin-topmargin-rightmargin-bottom or margin-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
634 margin-inline-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The margin-inline-start CSS property defines the logical inline start margin of an element, which maps to a physical margin depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the margin-topmargin-rightmargin-bottom, or margin-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
635 margin-left CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Reference
The margin-left CSS property sets the margin area on the left side of an element. A positive value will place it farther than normal from its neighbors, while a negative value will place it closer.
636 margin-right CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The margin-right CSS property sets the margin area on the right side of an element. A positive value will place it farther than normal from its neighbors, while a negative value will place it closer.
637 margin-top CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The margin-top CSS property sets the margin area on the top of an element. A positive value will place it farther than normal from its neighbors, while a negative value will place it closer.
638 marker-offset CSS, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility
The marker-offset CSS property describes the distance between the nearest border edges of a marker-box and the target node.
639 mask CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG, Web
The mask CSS property alters the visibility of an element by either partially or fully hiding it. This is accomplished by either masking or clipping the image at specific points.
640 mask-clip CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The mask-clip CSS property determines the area, which is affected by a mask. The painted content of an element must be restricted to this area.
641 mask-composite CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The mask-composite CSS property represents a compositing operation used on the current mask layer with the mask layers below it.
642 mask-image CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The mask-image CSS property sets the image that is used as mask layer for an element.
643 mask-mode CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Non-standard, Reference
The mask-mode CSS property indicates whether the mask reference defined by mask-image is treated as a luminance or alpha mask.
644 mask-origin CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Reference
The mask-origin CSS property determines the origin of a mask.
645 mask-position CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The mask-position CSS property sets the initial position, relative to the mask position layer defined by mask-origin for each defined mask image.
646 mask-repeat CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The mask-repeat CSS property defines how mask images are repeated. A mask image can be repeated along the horizontal axis, the vertical axis, both axes, or not repeated at all.
647 mask-size CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The mask-size CSS property specifies the sizes of the mask images. The size of the image can be fully or partially constrained in order to preserve its intrinsic ratio.
648 mask-type CSS, CSS Masks, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG
The CSS mask-type property defines if a mask defined by an SVG <mask> element is used as a luminance or an alpha mask.  It applies to the <mask> element.  It may be overridden by the mask-mode property which has the same effect, but applies to the element where the mask is used. Alpha masks will generally be faster to render.
649 max-block-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The max-block-size CSS property defines the horizontal or vertical maximal size of an element's block depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to the max-width or the max-height property, depending on the value defined for writing-mode. If the writing mode is vertically oriented, the value of max-block-size relates to the maximal width of the element, otherwise it relates to the maximal height of the element. It relates to max-inline-size, which defines the other dimension of the element.
650 max-height CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The max-height CSS property is used to set the maximum height of an element. It prevents the used value of the height property from becoming larger than the value specified for max-height.
651 max-inline-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The max-inline-size CSS property defines the horizontal or vertical maximal size of an element's block depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to the max-width or the max-height property depending on the value defined for writing-mode. If the writing mode is vertically oriented, the value of max-inline-size relates to the maximal height of the element, otherwise it relates to the maximal width of the element. It relates to max-block-size, which defines the other dimension of the element.
652 max-width CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The max-width CSS property is used to set the maximum width of an element. It prevents the used value of the width property from becoming larger than the value specified by max-width.
653 min-block-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The min-block-size CSS property defines the minimum horizontal or vertical size of an element's block, depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to either the min-width or the min-height property, depending on the value of writing-mode.
654 min-height CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The min-height CSS property is used to set the minimum height of an element. It prevents the used value of the height property from becoming smaller than the value specified for min-height.
655 min-inline-size CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The min-inline-size CSS property defines the horizontal or vertical minimal size of an element's block, depending on its writing mode. It corresponds to either the min-width or the min-height property, depending on the value of writing-mode.
656 min-width CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The min-width CSS property is used to set the minimum width of an element. It prevents the used value of the width property from becoming smaller than the value specified for min-width.
657 minmax() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Grid, Experimental, Layout, Reference, Web
The minmax() CSS function defines a size range greater than or equal to min and less than or equal to max. If max < min, then max is ignored and minmax(min,max) is treated as min. As a maximum, a <flex> value sets the flex factor of a grid track; it is invalid as a minimum.
658 mix-blend-mode CSS, CSS Compositing, CSS Property
The mix-blend-mode CSS property describes how an element's content should blend with the content of the element's direct parent and the element's background.
659 object-fit CSS, CSS Image, CSS Property, Reference, polyfill
The object-fit CSS property specifies how a replaced element, such as an <img> or <video>, should be resized to fit its container.
660 object-position CSS, CSS Image, CSS Property, Reference, object-position
The object-position CSS property determines the alignment of the selected element inside its box.
661 offset CSS, CSS Motion, CSS Property, Draft, Experimental, NeedsContent, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The offset CSS property is a shorthand property for animating an element along a defined path.
662 offset-block-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The offset-block-end CSS property defines the logical block end offset of an element, which maps to a physical offset depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the toprightbottom, or left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
663 offset-block-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The offset-block-start CSS property defines the logical block start offset of an element, which maps to a physical offset depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the toprightbottom, or left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
664 offset-distance CSS, Draft, NeedsContent, NeedsLiveSample, Reference, motion-offset, offset-distance
The offset-distance CSS property specifies a position along an offset-path.
665 offset-inline-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The offset-inline-end CSS property defines the logical inline end offset of an element, which maps to a physical offset depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the toprightbottom, or left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
666 offset-inline-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The offset-inline-start CSS property defines the logical inline start offset of an element, which maps to a physical offset depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the toprightbottom, or left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
667 offset-path CSS, Reference, motion-path, offset-path
The offset-path CSS property specifies the offset path where the element gets positioned. The exact element’s position on the offset path is determined by the offset-distance property. An offset path is either a specified path with one or multiple sub-paths or the geometry of a not-styled basic shape. Each shape or path must define an initial position for the computed value of "0" for offset-distance and an initial direction which specifies the rotation of the object to the initial position.
668 offset-rotate Draft, NeedsContent, NeedsLiveSample
The offset-rotate CSS property defines the direction of the element while positioning along the offset path.
669 opacity CSS, CSS Property, CSS3, Experimental, Reference, css3-color
The opacity CSS property specifies the level of transparency of an element, that is, the degree to which the content behind the element is visible.
670 order CSS, CSS Flexible Boxes, CSS Property, Reference
The CSS order property specifies the order used to lay out flex items in their flex container. Elements are laid out in the ascending order of the order value. Elements with the same order value are laid out in the order in which they appear in the source code.
671 orphans CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, Reference
The orphans CSS property refers to the minimum number of lines in a block container that must be left at the bottom of the page. This property is normally used to control how page breaks occur.
672 outline CSS, CSS Outline, CSS Property, Layout, Reference
The CSS outline property is a shorthand property for setting one or more of the individual outline properties outline-style, outline-width and outline-color in a single declaration. In most cases the use of this shortcut is preferable and more convenient.
673 outline-color CSS, CSS Outline, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The outline-color CSS property sets the color of the outline of an element. An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element stand out.
674 outline-offset CSS, CSS Outline, CSS Property, Reference
The outline-offset CSS property sets the amount of space between an outline and the edge or border of an element. An outline is a line that is drawn around an element, outside the border edge. The space between an element and its outline is transparent; in other words, it is the same as the parent element's background.
675 outline-style CSS, CSS Outline, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The outline-style CSS property is used to set the style of the outline of an element. An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element stand out.
676 outline-width CSS, CSS Outline, CSS Property, Layout, Reference
The outline-width CSS property is used to set the width of the outline of an element. An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element stand out.
677 overflow CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The overflow CSS property specifies whether to clip content, show scrollbars, or display overflowing content when it is too large for its block-level container.
678 overflow-clip-box CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, Non-standard, Reference, Web
The overflow-clip-box CSS property specifies relative to which box the clipping happens when there is an overflow.
679 overflow-wrap CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The overflow-wrap CSS property specifies whether or not the browser should insert line breaks within words to prevent text from overflowing its content box. In contrast to word-break, overflow-wrap will only create a break if an entire word cannot be placed on its own line without overflowing.
680 overflow-x CSS, CSS Box Model, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The overflow-x property specifies whether to clip content, render a scroll bar, or display overflow content of a block-level element, when it overflows at the left and right edges.
681 overflow-y CSS, CSS Box Model, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The overflow-y property specifies whether to clip content, render a scroll bar, or display overflow content of a block-level element, when it overflows at the top and bottom edges.
682 padding CSS, CSS Padding, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The padding CSS property sets the padding area on all four sides of an element. It is a shorthand that sets all individual paddings at once: padding-top, padding-right, padding-bottom, and padding-left.
683 padding-block-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Padding, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The padding-block-end CSS property defines the logical block end padding of an element, which maps to a physical padding depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the padding-toppadding-rightpadding-bottom, or padding-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
684 padding-block-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The padding-block-start CSS property defines the logical block start padding of an element, which maps to a physical padding depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the padding-toppadding-rightpadding-bottom, or padding-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
685 padding-bottom CSS, CSS Padding, CSS Property, Reference
The padding-bottom CSS property sets the height of the padding area on the bottom of an element. The padding area is the space between the element's content and its border. Unlike margins, negative values are not allowed for padding. The padding shorthand property can be used to set paddings on all four sides of an element with a single declaration.
686 padding-inline-end CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The padding-inline-end CSS property defines the logical inline end padding of an element, which maps to a physical padding depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the padding-toppadding-rightpadding-bottom, or padding-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
687 padding-inline-start CSS, CSS Logical Property, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsContent, Reference
The padding-inline-start CSS property defines the logical inline start padding of an element, which maps to a physical padding depending on the element's writing mode, directionality, and text orientation. It corresponds to the padding-toppadding-rightpadding-bottom, or padding-left property depending on the values defined for writing-mode, direction, and text-orientation.
688 padding-left CSS, CSS Padding, CSS Property, Reference
The padding-left CSS property sets the width of the padding area on the left side of an element. The padding area is the space between the element's content and its border. Unlike margins, negative values are not allowed for padding. The padding shorthand property can be used to set paddings on all four sides of an element with a single declaration.
689 padding-right CSS, CSS Padding, CSS Property, Reference
The padding-right CSS property sets the width of the padding area on the right side of an element. The padding area is the space between the element's content and its border. Unlike margins, negative values are not allowed for padding. The padding shorthand property can be used to set paddings on all four sides of an element with a single declaration.
690 padding-top CSS, CSS Padding, CSS Property, Reference
The padding-top CSS property sets the height of the padding area on the top of an element. The padding area is the space between the element's content and its border. Unlike margins, negative values are not allowed for padding. The padding shorthand property can be used to set paddings on all four sides of an element with a single declaration.
691 page-break-after CSS, CSS Property, Page Breaks, Reference
The page-break-after CSS property adjusts page breaks after the current element.
692 page-break-before CSS, CSS Property, Page Breaks, Reference
The page-break-before CSS property adjusts page breaks before the current element.
693 page-break-inside CSS, CSS Property, Page Breaks, Reference
The page-break-inside CSS property adjusts page breaks inside the current element.
694 perspective CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transforms, Experimental, Reference
The perspective CSS property determines the distance between the z=0 plane and the user in order to give to the 3D-positioned element some perspective. Each 3D element with z>0 becomes larger; each 3D-element with z<0 becomes smaller. The strength of the effect is determined by the value of this property.
695 perspective-origin CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transforms, Experimental, Reference
The perspective-origin CSS property determines the position at which the viewer is looking. It is used as the vanishing point by the perspective property.
696 place-content CSS, CSS Box Alignment, Property, Reference, shorthand
The CSS place-content shorthand property sets both the align-content and justify-content properties. The first value is the align-content property value, the second the justify-content one. If the second value is not present, the first value is also used for it.
697 place-items
The CSS place-items shorthand property sets both the align-items and justify-items properties. The first value is the align-items property value, the second the justify-items one. If the second value is not present, the first value is also used for it.
698 place-self CSS, CSS Box Alignment, CSS Propriety, Reference
The place-self CSS property shorthand property sets both the align-self and justify-self properties. The first value is the align-self property value, the second the justify-self one. If the second value is not present, the first value is also used for it.
699 pointer-events CSS, CSS Property, NeedsExample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG
The pointer-events CSS property specifies under what circumstances (if any) a particular graphic element can become the target of mouse events.
700 position CSS, CSS Property, Positioning, Property, Reference
The position CSS property specifies how an element is positioned in a document. The top, right, bottom, and left properties determine the final location of positioned elements.
701 quotes CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Reference, Web
The quotes CSS property indicates how user agents should render quotation marks.
702 radial-gradient() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Image, Graphics, Layout, Reference, Web
The radial-gradient() CSS function creates an <image> which represents a progressive transition between two or more colors radiating from an origin (the center of the gradient). Its shape may be a circle or an ellipse.
703 repeat() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Grid, Layout, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The repeat() CSS function represents a repeated fragment of the track list, allowing a large number of columns or rows that exhibit a recurring pattern to be written in a more compact form.
704 repeating-linear-gradient() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Image, Graphics, Layout, Reference, Web, css3-images
The repeating-linear-gradient() CSS function creates an <image> consisting of repeating linear gradients. It is similar to linear-gradient() and takes the same arguments, but it repeats the color stops infinitely in all directions so as to cover its entire container. The function's result is an object of the <gradient> data type, which is a special kind of <image>.
705 repeating-radial-gradient() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Image, Graphics, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Web
The repeating-radial-gradient() CSS function creates an <image> consisting of repeating gradients radiating from an origin. It is similar to radial-gradient() and takes the same arguments, but it repeats the color stops infinitely in all directions so as to cover its entire container. The function's result is an object of the <gradient> data type, which is a special kind of <image>.
706 resize CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The resize CSS property lets you control the resizability of an element.
707 revert CSS, CSS Cascade, Layout, NeedsExample, Reference, Web
The revert CSS keyword rolls back the cascade so that the property takes on the value it would have had if there were no styles in the current style origin (author, user, or user-agent). In author stylesheets (the normal case), for the purposes of the given declaration, it's as if there were no author-level styles, thus resetting the property to the default value established by the user-agent stylesheet (or by user styles, if any exist).
708 right CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Layout, Reference, Web
The right CSS property participates in specifying the horizontal position of a positioned element. It has no effect on non-positioned elements.
709 ruby-align CSS, CSS Reference, CSS Ruby, Property, Reference
The ruby-align CSS property defines the distribution of the different ruby elements over the base.
710 ruby-position CSS, CSS Ruby, Property, Reference
The ruby-position CSS property defines the position of a ruby element relatives to its base element. It can be position over the element (over), under it (under), or between the characters, on their right side (inter-character).
711 scroll-behavior CSS, CSS Property, CSSOM View, Reference
The scroll-behavior CSS property specifies the scrolling behavior for a scrolling box, when scrolling happens due to navigation or CSSOM scrolling APIs. Any other scrolls, e.g. those that are performed by the user, are not affected by this property. When this property is specified on the root element, it applies to the viewport instead.
712 scroll-snap-coordinate CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Experimental, Reference
The scroll-snap-coordinate CSS property defines the positions in x and y coordinates within the element which will align with the nearest ancestor scroll container's scroll-snap-destination for the respective axis.
713 scroll-snap-destination CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Experimental, Reference
The scroll-snap-destination CSS property defines the position in x and y coordinates within the scroll container's visual viewport which element snap points align with.
714 scroll-snap-points-x CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Deprecated, Reference
The scroll-snap-points-x CSS property defines the horizontal positioning of snap points within the content of the scroll container they are applied to.
715 scroll-snap-points-y CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Deprecated, Reference
The scroll-snap-points-y CSS property defines the vertical positioning of snap points within the content of the scroll container they are applied to.
716 scroll-snap-type CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, Experimental, Reference
The scroll-snap-type CSS property defines how strictly snap points are enforced on the scroll container in case there is one.
717 scroll-snap-type-x CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Reference
The scroll-snap-type-x CSS property defines how strictly snap points are enforced on the horizontal axis of the scroll container in case there is one.
718 scroll-snap-type-y CSS, CSS Property, CSS Scroll Snap Points, NeedsExample, Non-standard, Reference
The scroll-snap-type-y CSS property defines how strictly snap points are enforced on the vertical axis of the scroll container in case there is one.
719 shape-image-threshold CSS, CSS Property, CSS Shapes, Experimental, Property, Reference
The shape-image-threshold CSS property defines the alpha channel threshold used to extract the shape using an image as the value for shape-outside.
720 shape-margin CSS, CSS Property, CSS Shapes, Experimental, Reference
The shape-margin CSS property adds a margin to shape-outside.
721 shape-outside CSS, CSS Property, CSS Shapes, Property, Reference
The shape-outside CSS property uses shape values to define the float area for a float and will cause inline content to wrap around the shape instead of the float's bounding box.
722 specified value CSS, CSS Reference
The specified value of a CSS property is set in one out of three ways.
723 symbols() CSS, CSS Counter Styles, Reference, Référence
The symbols() CSS function lets you define counter styles inline, directly as the value of a property such as list-style. Unlike @counter-style, symbols() is anonymous (i.e., it can only be used once). Although less powerful, it is shorter and easier to write than @counter-style.
724 tab-size CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The tab-size CSS property is used to customize the width of a tab (U+0009) character.
725 table-layout CSS, CSS Property, CSS Tables, NeedsLiveSample, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The table-layout CSS property defines the algorithm to be used to lay out table cells, rows, and columns.
726 text-align CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Reference
The text-align CSS property describes how inline content like text is aligned in its parent block element. text-align does not control the alignment of block elements, only their inline content.
727 text-align-last CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, Reference
The text-align-last CSS property describes how the last line of a block or a line, right before a forced line break, is aligned.
728 text-combine-upright CSS, CSS Property, CSS Writing Modes, Experimental, Reference
The text-combine-upright CSS property specifies the combination of multiple characters into the space of a single character. If the combined text is wider than 1em, the user agent must fit the contents within 1em. The resulting composition is treated as a single upright glyph for layout and decoration. This property only has an effect in vertical writing modes.
729 text-decoration CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The text-decoration CSS property specifies the appearance of decorative lines used on text. It is a shorthand for setting one or more individual text-decoration values in a single declaration, which include text-decoration-line, text-decoration-color, and text-decoration-style.
730 text-decoration-color CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Reference
The text-decoration-color CSS property sets the color of the lines specified by text-decoration-line. The color applies to all lines that are specified. When setting multiple line-decoration properties at once, it may be more convenient to use the text-decoration shorthand property instead.
731 text-decoration-line CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Reference
The text-decoration-line CSS property sets the kind of decoration that is used on text in an element. When setting multiple line-decoration properties at once, it may be more convenient to use the text-decoration shorthand property instead.
732 text-decoration-skip CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text Decoration, Experimental, Layout, Non-standard, Reference, Web
The text-decoration-skip CSS property specifies what parts of the element’s content any text decoration affecting the element must skip over.
733 text-decoration-style CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Layout, Reference
The text-decoration-style CSS property sets the style of the lines specified by text-decoration-line. The style applies to all lines that are specified; there is no way to define different styles for each of the lines defined by text-decoration-line. When setting multiple line-decoration properties at once, it may be more convenient to use the text-decoration shorthand property instead.
734 text-emphasis CSS, CSS Property, CSS Reference, CSS Text Decoration, Property, Reference, text-emphasis
The text-emphasis CSS property is a shorthand property for setting text-emphasis-style and text-emphasis-color in one declaration. This property will apply the specified emphasis mark to each character of the element's text, except separator characters, like spaces,  and control characters.
735 text-emphasis-color CSS, CSS Text Decoration, Property, Reference
The text-emphasis-color CSS property defines the color used to draw an emphasis mark. It can also be set, and reset, using the text-emphasis shorthand.
736 text-emphasis-position CSS, CSS Text Decoration, Property, Reference
The text-emphasis-position CSS property describes where emphasis marks are drawn at. The effect of emphasis marks on the line height is the same as for ruby text: if there isn't enough place, the line height is increased.
737 text-emphasis-style CSS, CSS Text Decoration, Property, Reference
The text-emphasis-style CSS property defines the type of emphasis used. It can also be set, and reset, using the text-emphasis shorthand.
738 text-indent CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Layout, Reference
The text-indent CSS property specifies the amount of indentation (empty space) that is put before lines of text in a block. By default, this controls the indentation of only the first formatted line of the block, but the hanging and each-line keywords can be used to change this behavior.
739 text-justify CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, Reference, text-justify
The text-justify CSS property defines what type of justification should be applied to text when it is justified (i.e., when text-align: justify; is set on it).
740 text-orientation CSS, CSS Property, CSS Writing Modes, Experimental, Reference
The text-orientation CSS property defines the orientation of the text characters in a line. This property only has an effect in vertical mode, that is, when writing-mode is not horizontal-tb. It is useful for controlling the display of languages that use vertical script, and also for making vertical table headers.
741 text-overflow CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The text-overflow CSS property determines how overflowed content that is not displayed is signaled to users. It can be clipped, display an ellipsis ('', U+2026 Horizontal Ellipsis), or display a custom string.
742 text-rendering CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference, SVG
The text-rendering CSS property provides information to the rendering engine about what to optimize for when rendering text.
743 text-shadow CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Property, Reference
The text-shadow CSS property adds shadows to text. It accepts a comma-separated list of shadows to be applied to the text and text-decorations of the element.
744 text-size-adjust CSS, CSS Mobile Text Size Adjustment, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsExample, Reference
The text-size-adjust property allows control over the text inflation algorithm used on some mobile devices. As this property is non-standard, it must be prefixed: -moz-text-size-adjust, -webkit-text-size-adjust, and -ms-text-size-adjust.
745 text-transform CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Property, Reference, Text
The text-transform CSS property specifies how to capitalize an element's text. It can be used to make text appear in all-uppercase or all-lowercase, or with each word capitalized.
746 text-underline-position CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The text-underline-position CSS property specifies the position of the underline which is set using the text-decoration property's underline value.
747 top CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Reference
The top CSS property participates in specifying the vertical position of a positioned element. It has no effect on non-positioned elements.
748 touch-action CSS, CSS Property, NeedsLiveSample, Pointer Events, Reference
The touch-action CSS property specifies whether, and in what ways, a given region can be manipulated by the user via a touchscreen (for instance, by panning or zooming features built into the browser).
749 transform CSS, CSS Property, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Property, Reference, Transforms
The CSS transform property lets you modify the coordinate space of the CSS visual formatting model. Using it, elements can be translated, rotated, scaled, and skewed.
750 transform-box CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transforms, Experimental, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsExample, Reference
The transform-box property defines the layout box, to which the transform and transform-origin properties relate to.
751 transform-origin CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transforms, Experimental, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The transform-origin property lets you modify the origin for transformations of an element. For example, the transform-origin of the rotate() function is the centre of rotation. (This property is applied by first translating the element by the negated value of the property, then applying the element's transform, then translating by the property value.)
752 transform-style CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transforms, CSS3, Experimental, Reference
The transform-style CSS property determines if the children of the element are positioned in the 3D-space or are flattened in the plane of the element.
753 transition CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Reference
The transition CSS property is a shorthand property for transition-property, transition-duration, transition-timing-function, and transition-delay.
754 transition-delay CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Reference
The transition-delay CSS property specifies the amount of time to wait between a change being requested to a property that is to be transitioned and the start of the transition effect.
755 transition-duration CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Reference
The transition-duration CSS property specifies the number of seconds or milliseconds a transition animation should take to complete. By default, the value is 0s, meaning that no animation will occur.
756 transition-property CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Reference
The transition-property CSS property is used to specify the names of CSS properties to which a transition effect should be applied.
757 transition-timing-function CSS, CSS Property, CSS Transitions, Experimental, Reference
The transition-timing-function CSS property is used to describe how the intermediate values of the CSS properties being affected by a transition effect are calculated. This in essence lets you establish an acceleration curve, so that the speed of the transition can vary over its duration.
758 translation-value CSS, CSS Reference, Reference, Référence
Technical review completed.
759 unicode-bidi BiDi, CSS, CSS Property, NeedsLiveSample, Reference
The unicode-bidi CSS property, together with the direction property, determines how bidirectional text in a document is handled. For example, if a block of content contains both left-to-right and right-to-left text, the user-agent uses a complex Unicode algorithm to decide how to display the text. The unicode-bidi property overrides this algorithm and allows the developer to control the text embedding.
760 unset CSS, CSS Cascade, Keyword, Layout, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, Reference, Référence, Web
The unset CSS keyword is the combination of the initial and inherit keywords. Like these two other CSS-wide keywords, it can be applied to any CSS property, including the CSS shorthand all. This keyword resets the property to its inherited value if it inherits from its parent or to its initial value if not. In other words, it behaves like the inherit keyword in the first case and like the initial keyword in the second case.
761 user-select CSS, CSS Reference, Reference
Controls the actual Selection operation. This doesn't have any effect on content loaded as chrome, except in textboxes. A similar property user-focus was proposed in early drafts of a predecessor of css3-ui but was rejected by the working group.
762 var() CSS, CSS Function, CSS Variables, Experimental, Reference
The var() function can be used instead of any part of a value in any property on an element. The var() function can not be used as property names, selectors or anything else besides property values. (Doing so usually produces invalid syntax or else a value whose meaning has no connection to the variable.)
763 vertical-align CSS, CSS Property, Reference
The vertical-align CSS property specifies the vertical alignment of an inline or table-cell box.
764 visibility CSS, CSS Positioning, CSS Property, Layout, Reference, Web
The visibility property can be used to hide an element while leaving the space where it would have been. It can also hide rows or columns of a table.
765 white-space CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The white-space CSS property determines how whitespace inside an element is handled. To make words break within themselves, use overflow-wrap, word-break, or hyphens instead.
766 widows CSS, CSS Fragmentation, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
When a paragraph is split over two pages in paged media, the widows CSS property defines the minimum number of lines that must be left at the top of the second page. In typography, a widow is the last line of a paragraph appearing alone at the top of a new page. Setting the widows property allows the prevention of single-line widows.
767 width CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The width property specifies the width of the content area of an element. The content area is inside the padding, border, and margin of the element.
768 will-change CSS, CSS Property, CSS Will-change, Reference
The will-change CSS property provides a way for authors to hint browsers about the kind of changes to be expected on an element, so that the browser can set up appropriate optimizations ahead of time before the element is actually changed.
769 word-break CSS, CSS Property, NeedsContent, Reference
The word-break CSS property specifies whether or not the browser should insert line breaks wherever the text would otherwise overflow its content box. In contrast to overflow-wrap, word-break will create a break at the exact place where text would otherwise overflow its container (even if putting an entire word on its own line would negate the need for a break).
770 word-spacing CSS, CSS Property, CSS Text, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The word-spacing CSS property specifies the spacing behavior between tags and words.
771 writing-mode CSS, CSS Property, Layout, Reference
The writing-mode CSS property defines whether lines of text are laid out horizontally or vertically and the direction in which blocks progress.
772 z-index CSS, CSS Property, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Reference
The z-index CSS property specifies the z-order of a positioned element and its descendants. When elements overlap, z-order determines which one covers the other. An element with a larger z-index generally covers an element with a lower one.
773 zoom CSS, CSS Property, NeedsBrowserCompatibility, NeedsMobileBrowserCompatibility, Non-standard, Reference
The non-standard zoom CSS property can be used to control the magnification scale of an element.

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