Style textAlignLast Property
Align the last line of a pragraph to the right:
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Definition and Usage
The textAlignLast property specifies how to align the last line of a text.
Note: The textAlignLast property will only work for elements with the text-align property set to "justify".
The textAlignLast property is only supported in Internet Explorer.
Firefox supports an alternative, the MozTextAlignLast property.
The values "start" and "end" are not supported in Internet Explorer.
Return the textAlignLast property:
Set the textAlignLast property:
|auto||Default value. The last line is justified and aligned left|
|left||The last line is aligned to the left|
|right||The last line is aligned to the right|
|center||The last line is center-aligned|
|justify||The last line is justified as the rest of the lines|
|start||The last line is aligned at the beginning of the line (left if the text-direction is left-to-right, and right is the text-direction is right-to-left)|
|end||The last line is aligned at the end of the line (right if the text-direction is left-to-right, and left is the text-direction is right-to-left)|
|initial||Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit|
|Return Value:||A String, representing the text-align-last property of an element|
CSS reference: text-align-last property
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