Today I came across the CSS property
text-justify, which I haven't heard of before. It turns out that this CSS property controls how user agents deal with text justification. There are at least two ways browsers justify the text when
text-align: justify is set:
- add spacing between words
- add spacing between every character
text-justify controls the spacing for an element's text justification. The default value for
auto, which leads user agents to pick the best way depending on performance, quality, and set language.
Then there are
inter-character, which lead to the spacing between words or characters. What's interesting is that there is also a
none value which disables text justification completely even when
text-align: justify; is set. 😲
You can read more about
text-justify on MDN. And that's it for today – quick and easy. 🙈
Edited: Also, if you're using text justification you have to be aware that a nice formated text could harm readability.
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