XSL-FO line-height Property
Definition and Usage
If the line-height property is set on a block-level element, it specifies the minimal height of each generated inline box.
If the line-height property is set on an inline-level element, it specifies the exact height of each box generated by the element.
In XSL the line-height property is used to determine the half-leading trait.
- Inherited: yes
- Percentages: refer to the font size of the element itself
- Media: visual
|normal||Default. Sets the line-height to a reasonable value based on the font size (between 1.0 and 1.2)|
|length||Specifies the height of the box. Negative values are not allowed|
|number||Sets the line-height to a number that will be multiplied with the element's font size. Negative values are not allowed|
|percentage||Sets the line-height to a percentage that will be multiplied with the element's font size. Negative values are not allowed|
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